Element Fleet Management received a Gold Stevie award from the 2015 American Business Awards in the New Product or Service of the Year/Software: Mobile Development Solution category for its Clarus Driver application that allows fleet drivers to easily complete fleet tasks so they can stay focused on their primary job responsibilities.
With a driver population comprised primarily of sales executives and service technicians that is increasingly mobile, Clarus Driver was built in a responsive design interface to ensure an optimized experience regardless of the device preference for using a mobile phone, tablet or desktop computer. The Clarus Driver home page uses a to-do list to easily identify needed actions and provides an effective guide to walk users through tasks they need to complete.
Element's Xplore, a business intelligence tool developed to take data mining to the next level, was also recognized with a Bronze Stevie Award in the category of New Product or Service of the Year: Software/Business or Competitive Intelligence Solution. The company's Vehicle Title & Registration Management application received a Bronze Stevie in the New Product or Service of the Year: Software/Systems Management Solution category. Launched in April 2014, the application is a smart technology that enables increased productivity of the license and regulatory compliance group at Element Fleet.
"It's wonderful to see our company's tech offerings recognized by the American Business Awards," said Michele Cunningham, senior vice president of Products and Services for Element Fleet Management. "We have seen our customers and the fleet industry embrace mobile applications, advanced analytics and the promise of technology-enabled connected cars. Element builds its tools with the end user as our top priority and strives to provide an easy, effective and enjoyable experience."
The American Business Awards are the nation's premier business awards. All organizations operating in the U.S. are eligible to submit nominations, including public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet