Fleet FAQ? Fleet Management & Leasing

Q. What questions should I ask when evaluating technology solutions?

October 16, 2017

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A. If you are assessing these solutions your key considerations should be:

 

  1. Ease of use – Can I access information easily and in real time?
  2. Custom reporting – Can I easily create reports that provide valuable insight into my operations?
  3. Customer support – The technology is only as good as the service behind it. If you or your drivers run into a problem or need additional customization, will that FMC pick up the phone on the first ring and will the person on the other end be someone who knows you and your operations?

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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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