University Fleet Case Studies & Success Stories

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Colleges and Universities across the U.S. and Canada trust Agile Fleet's FleetCommander to help automate fleet operations and create or expand motor pools. 

With a wide array of driver stakeholders among faculty, staff, and students, fleet operations in the university environment presents a unique set of challenges for fleet and facilities management leaders.  Through our partnerships with FleetCommander clients in higher ed throughout the US and Canada, the Agile Fleet team has developed a wealth of experience to help tackle your toughest fleet challenges.  Read about one of our successful clients below:

Cornell University's Sally Compton, CAFM, knows a thing or two about fleet operations.  She's served as Cornell University's Fleet Operations Coordinator for more than ten years as part of an operation responsible for 250 shared vehicles and 650 vehicles tracked, overall.  In our interview with Sally, she shares:

  • How her department moved from mainframe and paper-based tracking to the FleetCommander platform.
  • How she and her team addressed off-hours key dispatch and vehicle return challenges.
  • How she mitigates risk with her student, staff, and faculty drivers.
  • Improvements she's realized in reporting and data management.

Download the Cornell University Interview below:

Cornell University Fleet Case Study

 

Learn more about how fleet technology can evolve your college/university fleet practices.

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Some of our Higher Ed Clients:

  1. Iowa State University
  2. Cornell University
  3. Villanova
  4. University of Minnesota
  5. Virginia Tech
  6. University of Oklahoma
  7. Illinois State University
  8. Grand Canyon University
  9. Ball State University
  10. Louisiana State University
  11. Ohio University
  12. University of Wyoming