Weinhaus and Potashnick retained Mercury to provide expert witness services for the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit. The case involves determining the costs that drivers incurred in making deliveries from hundreds of stores in several different geographic areas of the [...]
Wake County, North Carolina enlisted the services of Mercury to provide IT support for its fleet management software. The project included providing a subject matter expert and training to improve the usefulness of the new software. Wake County is located [...]
The City of Vancouver, WA contracted with Mercury to provide a comprehensive analysis of its fleet management practices including deterring the costs to provide services and developing a chargeback rate model to allocate fleet related costs. The City operates a [...]
Mercury was selected to conduct a comprehensive fleet evaluation and analysis for Travis County. The County is the home to Austin, TX, the state capitol. The evaluation included a vehicle utilization, fleet rightsizing and best practices study. The County operates [...]
The Department of State, under a subcontract with Runzheimer, selected Mercury to perform a vehicle utilization analysis and a Vehicle Allocation Methodology study to determine the composition and the optimal size for the DOS fleet inventory.
The City of Palo Alto, CA contracted with Mercury to prepare a vehicle replacement plan and determine operating chargeback rates for this mixed-use fleet of 550 vehicles. Palo Alto is a charter city located in the northwest corner of Santa [...]
The City of Palm Springs, CA retained Mercury to perform a Best Practices study and develop a chargeback rate model for the services the fleet department provides to City departments. The City operates a fleet of 438 vehicles and equipment.
Harris County which geographically includes the City of Houston, TX, contracted Mercury to provide hosting services for it fleet management software applications. Mercury also provided IT consulting as part of the contract.
The District of Columbia’s Department of Public Works retained Mercury for a comprehensive review of fleet replacement practices and development of a long-term fleet replacement strategy. The study includes a fleet of approximately 3,000 vehicles and pieces of equipment. Optimal [...]