GE Capital unveils technology updates in preparation for new platform

Sept. 13, 2013

As part of its planned build-up to a new fleet management platform set for release later this year, GE Capital Fleet Services is now released new technology enhancements to customers.

The new enhancements for fleet managers are initially available on a limited release for select customers, GE said. They include advanced tools for customization, search, cost management, factory ordering, compliance, driver messaging, remarketing and data integration that GE said will improve fleet management, administration, and communications on the web and through mobile devices.

GE will provide broader availability of its new tools and platform later this year.

The technology enhancements are a precursor to the rollout later this year of GE’s new and improved fleet management platform known as MyFleetOffice2. GE’s new platform will give fleet decision-makers a complete data picture on a single platform. Fleet managers will have the ability to continuously identify insights and proactively recommend solutions for fleets of all sizes and needs.

“With the enhancements we’re rolling out today, we’re giving our customers access to advanced analytics, search tools and other services to help make their jobs easier,” said Darrin Hebert, chief information officer for GE Capital Fleet Services. “We’re continuing to design and build compelling new technology tools for fleet management through direct feedback from our customers, and we’re looking forward to making our new MyFleetOffice2 platform available to all of our customers later this year.”

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