AUSTIN, TEXAS - Innovative Funding Services (IFS) has teamed up with PHH Arval, one of the premier fleet management companies, which provides services to nearly one third of the Fortune 500 companies. PHH will offer IFS as a potential funding source for its clients' employees wishing to purchase their fleet vehicles.
Dan Craney, PHH Arval Manager for Vehicle Remarketing said, "IFS provides a high level of service that mirrors our corporate strategy of providing a flawless customer experience. It's critical to work with those that can move quickly, provide flexibility and ensure the title work and documentation is correct. With IFS, we are confident it will be done right."
Craney continued, "In this challenging economy, we believe buyers will appreciate the quick transaction funding that IFS provides."
Tim Janssen, President of IFS said, "Teaming up with PHH Arval reaffirms the value IFS can provide to fleet lessors when remarketing their vehicles. By providing more options to fleet clients and their employees PHH Arval is expanding the depth of their client relationships and that's a win-win for everybody. Purchasers of these vehicles want personal service, a convenient process and often 100% financing, all aspects of the program we provide."
Janssen continued, "With the changing dynamics in the lending arena, we have a cutting edge approach to fleet financing that's often unique in the industry today. Technology moves quickly, and IFS works hard to stay ahead of the curve to continually improve our processes and keep customer service at optimal levels."
IFS also offers one-stop shopping for fleet customers and partners with top-ranking national lenders to give customers exceptional financing options. The IFS financing process is almost seamless for the customer and provides a fresh, streamlined approach to fleet financing. In addition to individual loans, IFS also offers commercial loans.
By working together, IFS and PHH Arval helps buyers get quality vehicles and an easy, streamlined financing option.
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