Enterprise, National Gain Contract with Corporate United

Corporate United, a provider of managed supplier and contract solutions, has launched a new car rental program for its members through National Car Rental and Enterprise Rent-A-Car brands, according to Enterprise Holdings.

The nine-month initiative was focused on a single source supplier for both domestic and international car rental that could secure pricing to reduce the overall cost of rental programs and have the flexibility to meet member specific requirements for different regions.

“Enterprise Holdings was the obvious choice to provide a best-in-class travel offering,” said Marc Rosen, president and chief operating officer of Corporate United. “Enterprise Holdings ultimately won the award based on its flexibility.”

Enterprise Holdings allows members to select or opt out of coverages and can reduce rates based on geographical regions as well as members’ distinct travel needs, says the company.

"We’re genuinely excited about this new opportunity," said Brad Carr, vice president for Enterprise Holdings. “Everyone here is looking forward to working with the Corporate United team, not only to add value, but also to develop a solid partnership and grow lasting relationships.”

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