GE Capital Fleet Services forms Technology Client Advisory Board

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Updated Jun 25, 2010

GE Capital Fleet Services announced the formation of a Technology Client Advisory Board (Tech CAB) made up of leaders from GE client organizations representing a variety of vehicle fleet sizes, asset types and industries. The group will provide feedback on GE Capital Fleet Services’ technology roadmap, suggesting opportunities for improvement and providing input into future product development efforts.

GE Capital Fleet Services established the industry’s first Client Advisory Board (CAB) in 1990 to better understand and meet customer needs. Since then, the CAB has expanded to include topic-specific boards, such as the Truck Advisory Board (TAB) and now the Tech CAB, which had its first meeting on June 14 at GE Capital Fleet Services’ headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minn., and will meet on a quarterly basis.

“The output of the Technology Client Advisory Board will focus on technology solutions that drive increased customer value, user productivity and overall costs savings for our customers,” says Darrin Hebert, chief information officer for GE Capital Fleet Services. “The members have firsthand experience in using technology to manage their fleets, so we look forward to their insight and participation.”