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University of Oklahoma Automates with FleetCommander FMIS

CHANTILLY, VA, June 11, 2014 -- The University of Oklahoma is automating the management of its fleet vehicles using FleetCommander motor pool solutions in an effort to increase efficiencies, improve customer service and keep costs down. The announcement was made today by Agile Access Control, Inc., (Agile) creator of FleetCommander.


"Our university is experiencing incredible growth which will greatly increase the demand on fleet vehicles. In turn, we would expect it to create a need for additional vehicles. FleetCommander will encourage vehicle sharing and utilization efficiencies so that we actually will be able to eliminate vehicles each year from our fleet, despite the higher demands. We envision doing that by reducing the number of vehicles we need to add, and by finding opportunities to improve vehicle-sharing capabilities," says University of Oklahoma Fleet Administrator Leon Fourcade.

"We are confident the fleet cost reduction will far exceed the university's expectations," says Ed Smith, president of Agile. "We routinely see our customers reduce fleet size by a minimum of 15 percent. In a university setting, the savings is even greater due to the efficiencies related to evening and weekend access to vehicles." Fourcade also says the university hopes that by encouraging car sharing and better utilization, their mileage reimbursement expenses for personally owned vehicles also will be reduced. The university has about 400 vehicles in its fleet, with 90 of those being heavy-duty vehicles.

Improved customer service is a major goal for the University of Oklahoma's fleet. FleetCommander's online reservation capability will help in this regard. Until now, fleet customers were forced to limit their access to vehicles to fleet office hours. FleetCommander's secure key control keyboxes will offer the university an opportunity to make keys available to customers around the clock. Once a reservation is made, keys can be removed from the keybox by the authorized user any time, night or day, without the need for staff present. Fourcade commented, "We're looking forward to FleetCommander showing us many more opportunities to improve the way we manage our fleet."


About Agile Access Control, Inc.

FleetCommander creator Agile Access Control, Inc. is a technology company headquartered in Chantilly, Va., which serves fleet and motor pool managers in the university, government, utility and commercial sectors. Agile's FleetCommander software is a powerful, highly configurable, web-based application that streamlines the use of vehicles through easy-to-use software, and presents real-time data in the form of intuitive dashboards, graphs, gauges, online forms, and a wide variety of reports. The suite of FleetCommander technology tools also includes Agile FleetShare™, car sharing technology that offers keys-in-the-car access to geographically dispersed vehicles with a scanned ID card at the windshield; unstaffed check-in at kiosks, secure key control and key boxes; in-vehicle utilization and diagnostic devices; GPS solutions, and much more--all tied into the FleetCommander fleet and motor pool software. Resulting in lower vehicle and personnel costs and higher customer satisfaction, FleetCommander can be used as a stand-alone, customized fleet management system or integrated with an organization's existing fleet systems. For more information, contact Agile Access Control, Inc. at 408-213-9555 x1 or or visit