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Wheels, Inc. Surges Over $4 Billion in Internet Vehicle Ordering Sales

September 13, 2005

DES PLAINES, IL – Wheels, Inc. announced that Web-based vehicle ordering sales through its FleetView and DriverView systems has surpassed the $4 billion mark. FleetView enables fleet managers to accomplish multiple tasks online that range from vehicle ordering to expense analysis and full activity reporting. DriverView is a Web-based solution that fully automates many driver activities including the car ordering process and purchase by drivers and employees of vehicles coming off lease. “There has been a steady trend of increasing sales since these systems went live in 1999, highlighting their growing value for drivers and fleets,” said Gino Fontana, Wheels senior director of purchasing operations.
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