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GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services' Simplifies Driver & Vehicle Management with Online Application

March 27, 2007

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN – GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services’ online application, my.Drivers/my.Vehicles, now has a new look. It increases functionality and simplifies day-to-day fleet management activities. my.Drivers/my.Vehicles makes it possible for customers to view, summarize, and update both driver and vehicle details from one easy to use application.Designed to conform to the way users manage their fleet data, my.Drivers/my.Vehicles application provides an intuitive way to control daily fleet management activities and has new features such as advanced search functionality, improved fuel personal id number management, and a better vehicle remarketing layout.Also included in the my.Drivers/my.Vehicles tool is a more visible state transfer process. Customers have access to a real-time view of any and all unfulfilled requirements at the time a state transfer request is initiated. Additional state transfer enhancements include increased controllership around the odometer reading, ability to delegate the odometer reading to another party, validation routines to prevent a transfer on a unit about to be sold, and better integration with other title services transactions.Located within GE’s secure customer Web site, Your Office @ Fleet on, my.Drivers/my.Vehicles is designed to help customers manage their fleet activities more effectively and efficiently.
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