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PHH Arval Enhances its B2B Web Site

October 3, 2001

PHH Arval launched PHH InterActive Release 4.0, an enhancement to PHH InterActive, a secure Web site in which PHH client users access fleet information and management capabilities. Release 4.0 includes new capabilities for reporting, vehicle selection, and “push” technology.Enhancements include:Report Catalog (U.S.): More than doubles the number of standard reports available through PHH InterActive, and provides the reports in several formats, making the data easier to import and manipulate.FleetSpecs: (U.S. and Canada): A brand-new pricing and spec'ing tool developed to meet the specific needs of corporate fleet managers. It enables users to spec, price and compare nearly every make and model of car and light-duty truck based on information updated nightly.Electronic factory invoices (U.S.): Users can access e-factory invoices on PHH InterActive from the "Big Three" motor companies.HyperExplorer enhancements (U.S. and Canada): PHH clients can move quickly through PHH InterActive to see all aspects of their fleet. This additional enhancement allows users to create new groupings of breakdowns or divisions, and navigate quickly across all the groups.Event Monitor expanded functionality (U.S. and Canada): Clients can have specific information "pushed" to their Event Monitor on PHH InterActive. This latest enhancement enables clients to have specific status points on their vehicle orders pushed to their Event Monitors, such as when the vehicle is shipped or delivered to the dealer.
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