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Wheels, Inc. Named to Information Week 500 for Fifth Year

October 4, 2005

DES PLAINES, IL – Wheels, Inc. has been named to the Information Week 500 (IW500) for the fifth consecutive year.For 17 years, the IW500 has tracked the IT practices of the nation’s IT organizations. Each year, participating companies complete a comprehensive application that reflects current trends in management priorities, technology strategies, staffing initiatives, and budget plans. The application is developed by InformationWeek editors as are the selection criteria and the proprietary weighting system used to identify and rank innovators. Selection to the IW500 requires that a company demonstrate a pattern of technological, procedural, and organizational innovation.“We recognize that product and technology innovation on an ongoing basis are critical to the success of our organization,” said Larry Buettner, Wheels’ chief information officer. The installation of the first pan-European fleet management system, covering 10 countries, which was completed this year, clearly reflects our commitment to innovative product and technology development, successful project execution and organization-wide best practices,” he continued.
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