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Peapod Fleet Dept. Selects Chevin Fleet Solutions' FleetWave

January 23, 2007

SKOKIE, IL – Peapod, a national Internet grocer, has chosen to implement Chevin Fleet Solutions’ FleetWave in an attempt to gain control of rising fleet running costs. Peapod serves more than 270,000 customers throughout 18 markets and metro areas across the country. Using FleetWave, Peapod can track and centrally manage vehicle utilization, driver and personnel details, accident and incident management, and moving violations and parking tickets.Accessed over the Internet, FleetWave’s capabilities enable each distribution center to control and manage their vehicle maintenance using local vendors, while giving Peapod management global oversight over maintenance policy and compliance. With direct integration to Peapod’s electronic fuel management system as well as their commercial fuel card provider, all fuel transaction details are consolidated with maintenance and fleet finance details, allowing FleetWave to deliver complete spend management as well as operational oversight.With the ability to capture and manage complete driver and accident details within FleetWave, Peapod now manages risk and incidents in an integrated fashion, ensuring that safety remains the number-one priority in an organization traveling more than 10,000,000 miles each year. With FleetWave’s Home Page metrics, key performance indicators and fleet status tools, Peapod’s distribution center managers obtain real-time presentation of business-critical benchmarks that automatically sort by each location or area of direct responsibility.
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