Arval launches new Total Fleet reporting platform for multi-supply schemes

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Arval has launched a new global strategic online reporting platform for clients working with multiple full service lease providers.


Total Fleet will allow a customisable 360° view of a fleet based on four Key Performance Indicators.

Dubbed Total Fleet, the new solution is hosted by an independent third-party provider and is designed to provide Arval clients using multi-supplier schemes with a consolidated view of their fleet key performance indicators.

The solution provides fleet managers with a fully customisable 360° view of their fleet based on four Key Performance Indicators:
Fleet: active vehicles, deliveries, returns and planned returns
Spend: total, in, out and end of contracts’ spends
Usage: contractual terms evolution, fleet and contract deviations
Corporate Social Responsibility: CO2 emissions and carbon footprint

Philippe Bismut, CEO of Arval, said: “Total Fleet is the best way for any client working in a multi-supply mode to free its fleet management staff from an overload of low value-added work, and be able to analyse their total fleet accurately to take the right decisions.”

Arval added that it expects other lessors will heed clients’ requests to populate the platform.

Mr Bismut concluded: “Arval believes that, ultimately, clients would benefit from a single market solution and accordingly remains keen to open discussions with other lessors for positioning the platform as an industry shared solution.”

Total Fleet will be progressively deployed across the countries Arval is present in throughout 2017 and will be made available for both local and international (IBO) clients. It will also be made available to clients across the Element-Arval-Global Alliance, in particular to Element clients in the US.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.