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|WEX Inc. Announces ClearView Snap—Its Latest Data Platform—at NAFA Institute & Expo 2018|
ClearView Snap, the third member of the ClearView family, provides dashboard-based views in the form of easy-to-interpret charts and graphs. Snap provides a solution for smaller fleets, and joins ClearView Essentials, a powerful business intelligence and machine learning platform, as well as ClearView Advanced, which adds fuel price optimization and messaging and campaign management functionality.
The ClearView suite of products is a game changer, bringing the latest analytics technology to fleet management and reporting. ClearView Snap push reports highlight areas of risky behaviors, depict purchasing trends over time, and identify specific drivers who exhibit non-compliant behaviors, such as irregular spending.
“By flagging areas of concern, ClearView Snap will enable fleets to
address mishaps at early stages, helping protect their businesses from
potential losses and long term problems,” says
WEX partnered with its customers to pilot ClearView Snap, gathering feedback and input into what fleet managers and operators need from their reporting tools. WEX will begin incorporating ClearView Snap into its entire suite of fleet industry products beginning in June. For more information, please visit WEX at booth 601, or go to: www.wexinc.com/clearview.
Powered by the belief that complex payment systems can be made simple,
WEX (NYSE:WEX) is a leading provider of payment processing and business
solutions across a wide spectrum of sectors, including fleet, travel and
healthcare. WEX operates in more than 10 countries and in more than 20
currencies through more than 3,000 associates around the world.
WEX fleet cards offer 11.3 million vehicles exceptional payment security
and control; purchase volume in its travel and corporate solutions grew
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