DES PLAINES, IL and MISSASAUGA - Wheels, Inc., a leader in the multi-billion-dollar fleet-leasing industry, recently expanded its level of violation data and released new functionality to various areas within FleetView, its online fleet management tool, making it easier for clients to access and analyze data related to their vehicles' violations.
"Violations have become a pain-point for many of our clients as jurisdictions have adopted new technology to issue violations and have stepped up enforcement of existing laws, causing an increase in the number of violations received," said Jane McMonagle, Assistant Vice President of Operations. "The way we have organized how the clients retrieve and view their violation data helps clients address these issues informatively and quickly."
The enhancements were built using the latest technology that allow for new views into real-time transaction and status detail. The exception-based violation Alert, which is customized based on user preferences, has been expanded to provide clients additional information to better identify driver behavior and take corrective action based on violation trends.
This enhancement to FleetView helps reinforce Wheels' commitment to providing industry-leading and innovative technology tools, and is the latest addition to Wheels' award-winning website. Wheels was the highest-ranking fleet management company in the latest InformationWeek 500 list of the Top Technology companies.
About Wheels, Inc.
Wheels, Inc. (www.wheels.com), which pioneered the concept of auto leasing in 1939, provides a full range of specialized services to help corporations manage their vehicle fleets. Wheels manages more than 300,000 vehicles globally. Its holding company, Frank Consolidated Enterprises, at $2 billion in annual sales currently ranks as the largest privately held fleet management company and one of the largest private companies in North America. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.