Since its launch, Ford Pro – the automaker’s dedicated commercial entity – has rolled out a host of products and services that aim to make the lives of fleet managers easier, including comprehensive software suites, a full line of EV chargers, fleet management tools, and mobile services, all of which have helped improve customer retention thus far. Now, those efforts have caught the attention of Newsweek, which recently named Ford Pro as one of its seven World’s Greatest Auto Disruptors for 2023.
Ford Pro brought home top honors for Newsweek’s 2023 Technology of the Year Award, which it granted based on the commercial entity’s “all-in-one solution for businesses, transforming the way companies do their work and more cohesively linking data to vehicle ownership and corporate management.”
Newsweek‘s World’s Greatest Auto Disruptors Awards are handed out to the executives and companies that pushed the boundaries of the auto industry over the past year, as well as those leading the industry in both practices and products. “These auto disruptors are changing not just the way we drive but the way we live,” said Nancy Cooper, Global Editor in Chief, Newsweek. “Most of us spend a lot of time in our cars. Our honorees are making cars more sustainable, safer, more accessible, more comfortable and even more interactive.”
“It exciting to celebrate a new group of automotive innovators in the second edition of our ‘World’s Greatest Auto Disruptors’ list,” added senior editor Eileen Falkenberg-Hull. “We created this award to shine a light on the speed of innovation, the emerging culture of impact and sustainability and, most importantly, on these dynamic leaders who make it all happen because of their intrepid creativity and visionary leadership.”
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