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CCG/FASTER Celebrates 25 Years in the Fleet Industry

July 11, 2007

NORFOLK, VA – CCG Systems, Inc., developer of the FASTER fleet management system, is celebrating its 25 years of service to the fleet industry. CCG was founded in 1982, offering its first product, BOS FASTER. In 1995, CCG released its client-server version, FASTER CS. Its Web version, FASTER 3G, is currently under development and is expected to be released in 2008.

Starting with only three employees and 14 customers, CCG now has 54 employees and eight regional offices spread across the county servicing over 300 customers in 41 States and Canada.

While July marks CCG’s 25 years in fleet, the company plans to celebrate its staff, customers, and industry partners throughout the year. Their Silver Anniversary campaign kicks off with a dedicated minisite, contests and giveaways, and it will be incorporated into CCG’s 20th National Conference for Fleet Professionals, held Oct. 13–17, 2007, at the Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel in Portsmouth, Va.

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