GreenShareCar Selects Metavera’s Car-Sharing Platform Again

Australian-based car-sharing GreenShareCar has again selected Metavera’s car-sharing platform to help streamline operations and enhance customer experience.

Aimed at both the corporate and residential car-sharing markets, GreenShareCar is now offering three car-sharing services: QuickFleet and ExclusiveFleet are geared toward corporate fleets while StrataFleet meets the needs of residential communities.

“To support these new services, we need a solution that will easily accommodate our planned growth and fully satisfy our customers,” said Paul Cummaudo, CEO of GreenShareCar. “Most importantly, we need a solution that allows us to concentrate on growing our business while someone else manages the technology. Metavera provides all this, as our relationship with them over the last three years has proven. So we have, again, selected Metavera as our strategic car-sharing solution going forward in the corporate fleet arena. …”

Based out of Toronto, Metavera provides car-sharing technology via its “Software as a Service” (SaaS) model. Its car-sharing system features membership management, fleet management, reservations and automated billing, according to the Metavera website. Metavera has clients in North America, Europe, South America, Asia and Australia.

”Having GreenShareCar select us to support their expanding business is exciting to us for several reasons,” said Tony Simopoulos, CEO of Metavera. “They were our first client in Australia. We’ve been committed to them and delighted to see their business succeed on our platform. Their vision of the importance of car sharing, socially, economically and environmentally, parallels our own. ...”

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  1. ammino [ June 10, 2014 @ 04:45PM ]

    their services are poor and terrible and also take customer money without any answers. Rude customer service via phone or email. My advise dont use their services because they all have the same services with bad customers support. You will regret after use it.

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