Fleet FAQ? Fleet Management & Leasing

Q. How can a strategic consultant be an advocate for your fleet?

March 5, 2018

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A. A business can’t function efficiently if it doesn’t have the right vehicles. But what’s considered the “right vehicle” could change and is a dynamic decision-making process. A trusted strategic consultant will monitor industry trends and adapt their strategy accordingly. This could mean staying with a traditional long-term lease, but perhaps your assets would be used more efficiently by incorporating a program centered around mobility. In addition, a strategic consultant will factor in fleet lifecycles when building a customized plan for you. This means not only getting you the vehicles you need, but also presenting you options to optimize resale value.

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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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