Geotab announces Data Connector for business insights

Geotab announces Data Connector for business insights

Geotab says this tool enhances data analysis and automated reporting capabilities.

Geotab has announced the release of Data Connector, an integrated intelligence tool designed to help fleets address rising operating costs, supply chain, talent and regulatory pressures. Geotab says it has curated specific data sets and made that data accessible through a “no-code” integration with a customer’s preferred business intelligence tool, such as PowerBI, Tableau or Excel. 

Geotab-curated data sets can then be integrated with customer fleet data from other sources such as maintenance or accounting systems, enhancing data analysis and automated reporting capabilities. The company says Data Connector also includes report templates to quickly translate a fleet’s curated data into actionable insights, while helping to develop customer reporting dashboards.

Geotab says Data Connector is also effective for enterprise-level fleets with more established data management programs and technical resources. The tool offers an accurate approach to analyzing trends related to specific data sets, and scales well, the company says.

Customers can access Data Connector through Geotab’s Marketplace, and easily add the tool as a data source in a preferred BI tool using existing MyGeotab login credentials.
 

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