Telogis, Isuzu collaborate for medium-duty truck market

Telogis, Isuzu collaborate for medium-duty truck market

Isuzu Commercial Truck of America has announced an exclusive collaboration with Telogis that provides Isuzu with a connected intelligence platform for telematics, route optimization, commercial navigation, work order management and mobile integration services. The collaboration will improve the overall ownership experience for Isuzu customers, said Isuzu.

“Today, Isuzu defines its connected vehicle and telematics strategy by collaborating with Telogis. We chose Telogis because of their focus on innovation, and their industry-leading experience with built-in OEM location intelligence solutions, with a mutual goal of providing Isuzu customers with the very best ownership experience in the medium-duty truck market,” said Shaun Skinner, executive vice president and general manager of Isuzu Commercial Truck of America.

“The combination of Isuzu’s leadership in the low-cab-forward commercial truck market and the innovative solutions on the Telogis platform will deliver significant cost savings and operational efficiencies for Isuzu customers,” said Susan Heystee, executive vice president, worldwide sales, Telogis. “This next-generation technology brings Isuzu Truck built-in connectivity and intelligence that can only be achieved through this kind of collaborative collaboration with the manufacturer.”

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