The future of fleets is connected. New technologies and partnerships are allowing customers to gain deeper insights into their fleets.
GM has the most connected vehicles in the automotive industry, giving drivers access to navigation tools, vehicle maintenance information, safety services and more. We are extending the benefits of connectivity to our fleet customers with a suite of new technologies and partnerships that provide innovative solutions for fleet management.
These include a customized version of Spireon’s FleetLocate tool that allows fleet operators to better manage their Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles. Spireon’s solutions help fleet operators reduce fuel costs, idle time, labor, fleet mileage and maintenance-related downtime. These solutions can also help drivers identify and improve upon driving behaviors.
A strategic agreement with MapAnything, Inc., a leader in geo-productivity and intelligence for business, allows fleet customers to use telematics and customer relationship management (CRM) software to streamline routes and automate critical business processes. Vehicles can be dispatched and routed based on traffic data, and sales visits are automatically logged on the go, further increasing the efficiency of sales and field service representatives.
“Connectivity is the future for fleets of all sizes because the opportunities to help improve safety and reduce operating costs are so great. With 4G LTE technology and sophisticated software, we can deliver innovative business solutions that work for any customer.” Ed Peper, U.S. Vice President, GM Fleet.