GE Capital Solutions Fleet Services announced Thursday, May 10, that it has added several enhancements to its Personal Mileage/Taxable Benefits program’s mileage reporting tools. These enhancements are intended to make it easier for drivers to report their miles and for customers to track and obtain reports.
According to GE, improvements to its mileage reporting experience for drivers include a new website that streamlines the online reporting process with a single view for all mileage entries; current taxable benefit amount and percent personal use displayed on mileage entry page; and odometer history to assist in reporting. An upgraded phone reporting system with voice recognition and edit capabilities is designed to simplify the entry process.
GE says its integrated Web-based reporting applications, my.Dashboard and my.Reports, now offer customers instant visibility to personal mileage/taxable benefits data. Customers can customize the analytics and reporting, as well as download to Excel for easy manipulation, according to the company.
A key performance indicator in my.Dashboard is designed to give customers the opportunity to track and trend business and personal use of company vehicles; both month-over-month and tax year-over-tax year views are available, and customers also can track business versus personal use by their company’s hierarchy and vehicle classification. One-click exception reports can display fleet-specific compliance concerns, including personal miles/kilometers that exceed limits, drivers assigned to multiple vehicles at one time, and drivers who have not reported personal miles/kilometers, according to GE.
my.Reports includes three reports: driver/unit assignments, miles/kilometers driven and unreported months. These reports are designed to offer comprehensive visibility to compliance-related components of the Personal Mileage/Taxable Benefits program. GE says the flexibility of my.Reports allows fleet managers to create and customize personal mileage/taxable benefits reports, saving them for future use.
GE says its Personal Mileage/Taxable Benefits program removes the administrative burden of collecting and reporting data, saving customers and drivers time while improving accuracy and tax regulation compliance. For more information, go to www.gefleet.com.
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