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PHH Arval Wins InfoWorld 100 Award for PHH Onboard

December 19, 2006

SPARKS, MD – PHH Arval was named a winner in InfoWorld Magazine’s annual InfoWorld 100 awards for its telematics-enabled fleet management portal.PHH Arval’s portal provides clients who subscribe to PHH Onboard access to information integrated from numerous sources, including the GPS/remote diagnostics device in the vehicle and PHH Arval’s fleet information data. Using this Web portal, clients can:

  • Track telematics data in real-time.
  • Implement proactive policies that can lead to increased driver safety, reduced fuel consumption, and enhanced operational performance.
  • Access up-to-the-minute detailed reports.
  • View benchmark results.

    Every year, InfoWorld's editorial staff names 100 companies that have made the best use of technology to enhance their business. The InfoWorld 100 Awards celebrate real-world IT projects that use technology in innovative ways to meet business and technical objectives. To be considered, projects were required to stretch beyond the typical, off-the-shelf solution and had to use multiple technologies in innovative ways to serve well-defined business goals. A list of all winners can be found at www.infoworld.com/reports/46SR06iw100.html. Earlier this year, PHH Onboard also won the 2006 American Business (“Stevie”) Award for “Best New Product or Service.”

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