Fleet FAQ? Fleet Management & Leasing

Q. The company checks all the boxes on paper. How will I know if they are culturally a good fit for us?

October 16, 2017

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A. Good companies attract and keep good people.  You want the account representative you work with today to still be with you tomorrow.  Which is why gaining insight into a potential partner’s corporate culture and management structure should factor highly into your final decision.  Who owns the company?   How involved is upper management in day-to-day client services?  How do they support employees and what is their retention rate?  Even knowing what kind of charitable programs they have can give you a sense of the culture and an understanding of how well you are aligned.

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Jack Firriolo

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Jack Firriolo is the Chief Operating Officer at Merchants Fleet Management. As a member of senior leadership Jack not only provides vision for the company, but also delivers best-in-class results across all operating areas. As a business industry expert Jack is relied on to oversee the completion of information technology projects, and to help grow the Merchants Fleet Management brand.

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