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PHH Arval Driver Response Team Wins Third Outstanding Customer Support Award From The Fraser Group

April 5, 2012- Press Release

SPARKS, MD – PHH Arval’s Driver Response Team was recently presented with its third outstanding customer support award from the Fraser Group.

“Winning our third customer service award from The Fraser Group represents a tremendous distinction for our Driver Response Team,” said Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Keilty. “It helps us illustrate that we take customer service seriously; it’s the way we do business.”

The Fraser Group is a management consulting firm that helps organizations improve performance.

The team also won the award in 2009 and 2010, and in early 2011 PHH Arval’s Vehicle Accident Services Driver Assistance Team also won the award. Of the Fraser Groups’ clients, only PHH’s Driver Response Team has won the award three times. (Visit this site for more information on previous awards.)

Throughout 2011, The Fraser Group monitored and scored calls taken by PHH’s Driver Response Team. Each year, the Driver Response Team answers approximately 150,000 calls, which are evaluated against The Fraser Group’s proprietary call center methodology. There are 36 criteria appraised, equating to – over the course of three years – more than 16 million opportunities for our customer service representatives to “get it right.”

“For the last 12 quarters, PHH’s DRT ‘got it right’ 14,700,000 times. I frankly don’t know how they do it, but I do know that the effect of their performance provides a significant competitive advantage to PHH in terms of customer loyalty and their ability to attract and win new customers,” said Barry Maners, Managing Director of The Fraser Group.

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