Global telematics leader Geotab has recently surpassed 3 million subscribers all over the globe. The IoT and connected transport provider has attributed this milestone to the growing demand for data intelligence.
They have noted that high-quality data insights have a significant impact to organisations worldwide allowing them to optimise operations and ensure fuel efficiency, safety, and predictability.
“In January 2020, we announced that Geotab had achieved its goal of becoming the first telematics company to achieve 2 million connected vehicles built on a single, open platform,” said Geotab CEO Neil Cawse.
“Two years later, despite the disruption of a global pandemic, we have reached another significant milestone by adding a further 1 million net new subscriptions. This exceptional growth speaks to the talent of our employees and partners, an always-on innovation mindset, and to a relentless focus on working with our customers over many years to solve their evolving transportation challenges.”
Currently, Geotab’s telematics system is used in 163 countries. They also provide “advanced support for more than 9000 internal combustion engine makes and models and more than 250 electric vehicle makes and models”.
Furthermore, the company offers “OEM telematics platform with a variety of industry-leading integration partners, and is rapidly expanding its list of offerings”.
“With our world class talent and continuous commitment to research and development, the opportunity — and responsibility — that Geotab has to help businesses and governments across the world leverage intelligent data insights to optimize their investments, and create safer, more sustainable and efficient communities is tremendous, and where we will continue to focus our efforts as we scale,” added Mr Cawse.
Beyond being the largest global telematics company, Geotab has been the Australasian Fleet Management Association’s corporate partner since 2019.
“Geotab has invested in the industry they supply allowing AfMA to develop resources to assist its members across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia to improve safety outcomes for their drivers,” said Mace Hartley, Executive Director of AfMA.
“Geotab demonstrates educational leadership by offering an annual scholarship for AfMA’s Diploma of Leadership & Management, contextualised for the fleet and automotive industries and delivered by Swinburne University. Their active participation and support for the fleet and automotive industries is a credit to CEO Neil Cawse and all Geotabers,” added Mr Hartley.
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