Arsenault Associates Inc., a provider of fleet maintenance management solutions, reported record growth of more than 31.6 percent for 2006, which comes on the heels of 18.5 percent growth in 2005. The Burlington, N.J.-based company attributed the increase to enhancing its Dossier fleet maintenance software capabilities and expanding its technology product and service offerings.
Company founder and Chief Executive Officer Charles Arsenault says that in 2006, Arsenault Associates added 54 new Dossier fleet software customers and 246 new 24/7 Fleet Online ASP Internet fleet users, while maintaining its large and diverse core fleet customer base. To handle this growth, the company added several noted industry executives to its experienced team of fleet maintenance software professionals, expanding the company’s extensive consulting and training services to maximize Dossier software customer’s return on investment, Arsenault says.
“Our growth in 2006 is the result of our continued investment in a fleet customer-oriented staff and our commitment to developing technology that automates labor-intensive fleet management processes, to developing fluid workflow and to deployment strategies that help new customers get up and running faster and enable current customers to gain better ROI from their existing software,” Arsenault says.
Arsenault says the company looks forward to a number of announcements in the year ahead, including a different type of tire-tracking solution available in Dossier and a national fleet maintenance software and technology research project in conjunction with Drexel University. In addition, Arsenault says, the company plans a number of innovative technology developments, customer-driven partnerships, new strategic alliances with other fleet industry technology leaders and a further expansion of its internal operating staff.
“We are committed to developing productive automated fleet technology and, more critically, to putting this technology to real-world use for our customers,” Arsenault says. “We’ll have a lot to talk about in 2007.”