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FLD Releases WebAccess 6.1 with Improved Functionality

June 12, 2006 - Press Release

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. -– FLD announced that the latest version of their online remarketing software, WebAccess 6.1, has been launched. FLD's WebAccess 6.1 program continues to evolve with the demands of the industry while keeping the needs of fleet managers in mind. FLD's technology department has implemented a number of advancements to the online software including:• New & Improved Reporting Functions• Streamlined Navigation• Updated DesignWebAccess 6.1 is an Internet-based management system designed to track vehicles throughout the remarketing process. It allows users to access the status of vehicles every step of the way, including downloadable customized reports in different formats including PDF, Excel and HTML. Users are able to view or download condition reports and photos 24 hours a day, seven days a week and to a PDA if traveling.About FLD:FLD is recognized nationally and internationally for providing unique and comprehensive vehicle remarketing services to banks, financial institutions, credit unions and commercial fleets. Founded in 1979, FLD is based in Delray Beach, Fla. and has offices nationwide. Visit www.fleetlease.com for more information about FLD or WebAccess, or call 1-800-754-1522.
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