MyGeotab fleet management software app now available in Google Play Store

Neil Cawse, CEO, Geotab

Geotab, an open platform in telematics with more than 500,000 subscribers in 70 countries, reported that the MyGeotab fleet management software app is now available in the Google Play Store.

The app is designed to make accessing MyGeotab quicker and more convenient for those fleet managers or business owners who manage their fleet from their internet-enabled mobile phone or tablet. The entirely web-based software (my.geotab.com) automatically scales and adjusts to the user’s screen and device.

“At Geotab, we understand that regardless of business size, having the flexibility to easily and effectively manage fleets via a mobile app is a necessity,” said Geotab CEO Neil Cawse. “The MyGeotab software app offers users a heightened level of convenience that translates into better operational efficiency, whether in-office or on the go.”

MyGeotab is described as an intuitive, full-featured telematics software solution that assists businesses of all sizes to better manage drivers and vehicles by extracting accurate, actionable intelligence from real-time and historical trips data.

image002 (1)Fortune 500 companies rely on Geotab’s solutions to improve productivity, optimise fleets through the reduction of fuel consumption, enhance driver safety and achieve stronger compliance to regulatory changes. With over 100,000 daily users, MyGeotab processes over 1 billion data points every day. Data collection from these vehicles can be used for intelligent benchmarking to improve overall performance and safety for any fleet.

Key features of MyGeotab include:

  • Advanced fleet and driver reporting
  • Customised rule creation for events such as speeding or idling
  • Real-time GPS vehicle tracking on a map
  • Driver behavior management
  • Engine health and maintenance monitoring
  • Route optimisation
  • Open platform, allowing for additional data integration and customisation

Click here to learn more about MyGeotab.

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