Spiffy Lands $10 Million In Capital, Unveils Fleet Management Service

Get Spiffy Inc., an on-demand car care, technology and services company, has introduced Fleet Management as a Service (FMaaS). Fleet managers can use the Spiffy app to schedule, track, rate and pay for vehicle services, including pre-delivery inspections, reconditioning (wash and detail), preventive maintenance (oil changes and tire rotations) and de-fleeting (de-fueling and label removal), along with other services.

“Fleet Management as a Service broadens Spiffy’s goal of zero-friction car care to include national fleets,” said CEO Scot Wingo. “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 plans to expand into six new markets with FMaaS and roll out FMaaS in the existing Spiffy markets of Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Raleigh-Durham, NC. New FMaaS markets include Denver, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, Tampa and Washington, DC, with more to come in 2019.

This follows a $10-million fund raise led by new investor Tribeca Venture Partners that included investments from new investors Zunis Investments and Trog Hawley Capital. Existing investors also participated, including Bull City Venture Partners and IDEA Fund Partners.