Geotab Surpasses 1M Subscribers
Graphic courtesy of Geotab.
Geotab has surpassed 1 million subscribers, which makes it one of the fastest growing global telematics providers. After launching its solution in 2006, Geotab has seen an average of 116% annual subscriber growth over the last 10 years, according to the company.
"Early in 2017, we announced our company team goal to be the first fleet telematics company to achieve one million connected vehicles built on a single, open platform," said Neil Cawse, Geotab CEO. "Together, we have grown to support over 21,000 businesses, 300,000 users, and 1,000,000 vehicles around the world by focusing on sustainability, scalability, reliability, and security."
For 17 years, Geotab has focused on enabling business growth with access to data from vehicles that help shape business planning. Geotab has a partner ecosystem that includes some of the leading wireless carriers, fleet management and OEM brands, and over 100 third party partner solutions that complement the Geotab platform within the Geotab Marketplace.
Geotab's open platform creates an environment where businesses can benefit from the integration of Geotab data into any system regardless of business size or operational needs, according to the company. Geotab processes more than 2 billion data points a day.
"Geotab has always focused on software-as-a-service, IoT (Internet of Things), connected vehicle, and data analytics, long before these words became a part of mainstream conversations," said Cawse. "The one million vehicles equipped with Geotab technology for their fleet management needs, not only contribute to optimizing their respective businesses but are contributing to a smarter, more connected world that leverages data to improve city operations and sustainability and create safer communities for all."