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Fleet Financials - July/August - 2008

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FEATURES

Silva Delivers Productivity and Sustainability for PepsiCo in 2007
Pete Silva, Fleet Financials’ 2008 Fleet Executive of the Year, has developed purchasing synergy between PepsiCo operating units and its bottlers.

10 Ways to Increase Driver Compliance to Fleet Policy
One of the more frustrating aspects of a fleet manager’s job is the often widespread ignorance or violation of fleet policy. Here are tips to increase driver compliance.

5 Fatal Career Mistakes Fleet Managers Make (& How to Avoid Them)
Even the bet managers commit errors, and some can stop a career cold. Addressing the most common can help prevent them.

How to Survive (& Thrive) in a Strategic-Sourcing Environment
Strategic sourcing is a relatively new process introduced in the 1980s. Fleet managers should view it as a tool for success.

In Their Own Words, Fleet Managers Evaluate Suppliers
With anonymity guaranteed, fleet managers speak candidly of their relationships with suppliers – for some, a good partnership; for others, less than satisfactory.

16 Tips to Maximize Residual Value
Follow these common-sense strategies before the acquisition decision, during operation, and prior to resale to help hold the line on residual values.

the Advantages and Pitfalls of Employee Monitoring
Employee monitoring can be used to ensure employees are where they should be, mitigate risk, counter theft, and more.


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