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Announcing Spiffy’s Latest Funding Round and Fleet Management as a Service

posted 26 June, 2019 by Jackson Balling
News, Fleet
 
With a $10m+ fund raise, we are excited to expand into six new markets with Fleet Management as a Service (FMaaS) and roll out FMaaS in existing Spiffy markets of Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Raleigh-Durham. Our new FMaaS markets include Denver, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa, and Washington, DC!
 
Spiffy Fleet Management as a Service graphic
 
“Fleet Management as a Service broadens Spiffy’s goal of zero-friction car care to include national Fleets,” said Scot Wingo, Spiffy CEO. “Offering full lifecycle maintenance management gives Fleet Managers a one-vendor solution and, with features that are EV/AV and connected-car friendly, we have designed it to be future-proof.”
 
Spiffy’s latest round of financing was led by new investor Tribeca Venture Partners and included investments from new investors Zunis Investments LLC and Trog Hawley Capital LLC. Additionally, existing investors participated including Bull City Venture Partners and IDEA Fund Partners.
 
Wingo added, “Now with over 100 Spiffy vans in 11 cities and more than 150 W-2 employed trained technicians, we’re eager to execute on our next phase of growth.”
 
Read the full press release here!
 
Following our event partnership with Lyft and Ford connected car initiative, the unveiling of FMaaS is poised to set Spiffy apart as a fleet maintenance solution across the country. With 2019 only half over, we look forward to continuing expansion in the second half of the year.
 
To learn more about Spiffy’s FMaaS offering, visit www.getspiffy.com/fleet

Posted in News, Fleet

Written by Jackson Balling

As Spiffy's Content Marketing Specialist, Jackson produces our written content as well as the Vehicle 2.0 Podcast with Scot Wingo. As the lone Buffalo, NY native in the office, his woes as a sports fan are well-documented.