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Fleet Management Systems to Gain Widespread Acceptance in Europe, Finds Frost & Sullivan

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Fleet Management Systems to GainFleet Management Systems to Gain Widespread Acceptance in Europe, Finds Frost & Sullivan PR Newswire LONDON, Dec. 12, 2013 - Fleet managers likely to opt for brands that offer prognostic technologies Fleet management systems (FMS) have an established presence in France, Germany, UK, Italy and Benelux, with 70 percent of fleet managers claiming familiarity with FMS – 37 percent are already using it and 33 percent are testing it. In general, fleet owners display a positive attitude toward FMS, and 35 percent of respondents in a recent Frost & Sullivan survey consider it an absolute necessity. Large fleets are keener to adopt these solutions than small and medium fleets, clearly indicating a lack of awareness on the benefits offered by FMS among the latter. Frost & Sullivan's new customer research study (http://www.automotive.frost.com), 2012 European Fleet Managers' Willingness to Pay for FMS, summarises the findings of the survey of 155 decision-makers and key influencers for FMS in Europe. The research revealed that fleet managers are satisfied with the FMS currently offered. In fact, productivity and fleet security – two of the top three criteria used during purchase – exceed expectations. On the other hand, fleet managers are dissatisfied with the savings made on insurance premiums and the lack of new services.

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Fleet Management Systems to Gain Widespread Acceptance in Europe, Finds Frost & Sullivan

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- Fleet managers likely to opt for brands that offer prognostic technologies

Fleet management systems (FMS) have an established presence in France, Germany, UK, Italy and Benelux, with 70 percent of fleet managers claiming familiarity with FMS – 37 percent are already using it and 33 percent are testing it. In general, fleet owners display a positive attitude toward FMS, and 35 percent of respondents in a recent Frost & Sullivan survey consider it an absolute necessity. Large fleets are keener to adopt these solutions than small and medium fleets, clearly indicating a lack of awareness on the benefits offered by FMS among the latter.