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Wheels, Inc. Introduces Paperless Office

March 1, 2007

DES PLAINES, IL – Wheels, Inc. has unveiled the Paperless Office, a comprehensive family of Web-based capabilities that enable all fleet-related information and transactions to be accessed or conducted online.Over the past few years, Wheels has made ongoing enhancements to its client systems with a special focus on expanding online capabilities to support a wide range of requirements including driver ordering, invoice processing and payment, collision information, resale condition reports, and truck engineering specifications, among others. The continuing development of these enhancements, which are accessible on an opt-in basis to every client using Wheels FleetView online fleet management tool, has been the foundation of the Paperless Office. "The idea for the Paperless Office was simple in concept and challenging in execution," said Stratford Dick, director of E-Commerce for Wheels. "We recognized that today the person managing fleet is often on the move and needs to be able to make key decisions or transact business from wherever they are. By drastically reducing the fleet office's reliance on paper, we are not only creating the complete flexibility to manage the fleet in a way that meets prevailing business needs; we are also taking steps to help conserve our natural resources."
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