Fleet Advantage, a provider of truck fleet business analytics, equipment financing and lifecycle cost management, has promoted Matt Hendrix to the role of senior director fleet services. It also was announced that Hendrix has been appointed to serve as the company’s representative on the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) board of governors.
Hendrix joined Fleet Advantage in 2014 and he has been an instrumental member of the Fleet Services team with a special focus on assisting clients with maintenance and warranty programs. The company says he also has been an integral part of its cross-functional team, with critical client insight and perspective that has contributed to the development of Fleet Advantage’s award-winning ATLAAS software. Hendrix will serve as a liaison between fleet services and business development teams, which the company says will foster innovative client-facing programs for pre-sale and post-sale programs throughout the lease origination process.
Hendrix also will serve as Fleet Advantage’s representative on the board of governors for the NPTC, the only trade association in the U.S. devoted exclusively to the interests of the private corporate trucking fleet industry and its professional practitioners. Fleet Advantage says Hendrix’s participation on the NPTC Board will ensure the company and its client partners have a critical voice pertaining to important matters that continue to shape the greater transportation industry.
“Our clients and partners continue to look to Fleet Advantage for a value-added consultative method that enhances value, lowers operational costs and produces a competitive advantage, and Matt’s expertise greatly improves our ability here,” said Brian Holland, president and chief financial officer of Fleet Advantage. “Additionally, Matt’s role in serving on the NPTC board demonstrates to our clients and industry partners our continued dedication and commitment to Fleet Advantage taking a leadership position in the advancement and advocacy of issues pertaining to private fleet and transportation organizations.”