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Global Fleet Conference Phoenix to Feature Sessions on Metrics, Sourcing, and More

August 1, 2013

The inaugural Global Fleet Management Conference Phoenix, which will be held in Phoenix, Ariz., Sept. 30-Oct. 1, with post-conference sessions on Oct. 2, feature an agenda with educational sessions developed in coordination with handpicked U.S. and European Advisory boards composed of fleet managers and executives from some of the world’s leading corporations. The full agenda is available here and select educational sessions during the event include the following:

Metrics for Effective Management and Benchmarking of a Global Fleet

Get the latest strategies for benchmarking costs and effectively applying best practices on a global scale during this must-attend session. You will walk away with the resources to effectively manage and measure the success of your global fleet operations.

Understanding the Product Offerings of Global OEMs

This seminar will discuss your OEM outsourcing options by country and region, and will review how the tender process works (and how it is structured) locally and globally. You will learn how discount or incentive agreements vary by country and region and how to get the right product in the right country at the right price. You will learn best practices for negotiating a global OEM sourcing agreement and learn how to leverage your purchasing power.

How Fleet Managers of Multinational Companies Can Position Themselves to Assume Global or Expanded Regional Fleet Responsibilities

Learn how to position yourself to expand your fleet responsibilities beyond your home market.

To register, visit the Global Fleet Management Conference Phoenix’s registration page here.

To find out more about the conference, visit

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