Geotab, GM expand integrated telematics offerings for Canadian fleets

Geotab, GM expand integrated telematics offerings for Canadian fleets

Geotab has announced the expansion into and availability of the Geotab Integrated Solution for General Motors in Canada. According to the company, this offering provides Canadian customers the ability to manage their fleet in one platform with no additional hardware installation required.

With this integration, data from compatible GM vehicles, 2016 or newer, with OnStar embedded factory first-hardware can be securely transferred into Geotab’s web-based fleet management software, integrating all vehicle data into one platform. Fleet managers can generate safety reports, activity reports and other key metrics, Geotab says.

According to the company, users can expand the functionality of the solution further with access to the Geotab Marketplace.

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