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INDEPENDENT fleet support company FMG offers incident management to repair and recovery services, with a website that opens up the opportunity to learn more about each of its services.

The FMG homepage looks like heaven. OK, it’s not divine, but the icy white glow gives a dream-like quality to the whole site.

The standard vertical menu is located on the right. The homepage also features the more familiarly located top menu. Sifting through the top menu, you come across FMG Support, which gives a profile of the company and also offers a downloadable pdf file of the company’s objectives.

The services section of the site holds the information fleet managers will be searching for, allowing them to read up on its roadside repair services, rental management and incident management.

To inquire about a service FMG provides or ask a question, search out the contact section on the top menu, fill out an online form and someone will get back to you by phone or email.

Ingenium is the technology that FMG uses to look after its customers. Costing £2m to develop, the service provides FMG with everything from the way the company takes its calls to reporting information back to the customer.

Ingenium also delivers all the incident tracking, tactical analysis and strategic reporting to the FMG customer.

The lowdown

The site: www.fmgsupport.com

We like: Angelic design
Clean and simple

We don’t like: Lack of interactivity

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