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FLD Launches Newly Designed Remarketing Web Site

February 22, 2005

DELRAY BEACH, FL – Advances in technology have made it necessary for remarketing companies to keep pace with evolving industry demands. FLD announced on February 15 that it has taken on the challenge by developing and maintaining their Web presence in order to keep up with changing times.In an effort to better serve its customers, FLD embarked on a Web site redesign project in the fall of 2004. The new was launched in January 2005. The look and feel is noticeably different, but the functionality and scope of services have only improved.FLD operates on the basis that each client is unique. As such, they have a team of Microsoft-certified technology experts on staff to develop and improve their online remarketing services daily. Their WebAccess remarketing tool is accessible from any computer and most standard Personal Data Assistants (PDAs) on the market.For nearly a decade, WebAccess has provided fleet managers real time online information throughout the remarketing process. From transportation status to vehicle condition reports, photos, payment information and remarketing sales data, WebAccess allows users to have complete control of the remarketing process while at their desk or on the road.Improvements to the FLD Web site are ongoing and additional modules will be added in coming months. Visitors can learn more about FLD by visiting
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