Enterprise Fleet Management Named Finalist in ‘Elite 100’ List

Enterprise Fleet Management's new customer login website helps fleet customers lower their total cost of ownership. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Enterprise Fleet Management's new customer login website helps fleet customers lower their total cost of ownership. Photo courtesy of Enterprise Holdings.

Enterprise Fleet Management, an affiliate of Enterprise Holdings, has been named a finalist in this year’s InformationWeek “Elite 100.”

With this annual industry award, InformationWeek magazine honors U.S. companies for setting the bar on innovative and creative information technology (IT) programs that improve business operations.

Enterprise Fleet Management operates a network of more than 50 offices, which manages nearly 400,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada and provides local service to businesses, government agencies, and organizations with medium-sized fleets, according to the company.

Enterprise Fleet Management earned its spot on this year’s “Elite 100” list for developing a customer login website, “EFMFleetAccess.” The website provides insight into fleet performance and key metrics, thereby enabling customers to maximize the value of their fleet and lower their total cost of ownership, according to the company.

“Our company’s greatest strength is our team of fleet management professionals,” said Steve Bloom, president of Enterprise Fleet Management. “However, since our employees can’t be on-site every day for all of our customers, we sought a way to supplement our team’s efforts with a website that empowers our customers to manage some day-to-day fleet activities on their own. This website gives customers actionable information about their fleet — a real time ‘to-do’ list that tracks things such as maintenance, license plate renewals, and vehicle lease status.”

InformationWeek magazine has been publishing its “Elite 100” list since 1995.

“We are sincerely proud of this cutting-edge recognition,” said Bloom. “The fact is, being family-owned is a key advantage in today’s highly competitive marketplace. Our financial strength and stability are unmatched in the industry, thanks to a conservative and disciplined long-term approach to managing our business.”

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