GreenRoad opens integration platform

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GreenRoad, a provider of driving performance and safety management, announced a new open integration platform designed to help customers maximize the value of their GreenRoad generated data and automate management of their fleet information in the GreenRoad system.

The new GreenRoad open integration platform delivers a set of Internet standards-based interfaces to enable integration of GreenRoad data and capabilities with customers’ internal enterprise safety, productivity and fleet management systems as well as fleet vendor and mobile resource management (MRM) solutions.

These include:
Live Data Delivery Interface: This web services interface delivers streaming GPS data collected by GreenRoad in-vehicle devices to customer or partner systems. GreenRoad says this enables its customers to further leverage their GreenRoad investment by using GreenRoad-generated data to power their choice of 3rd party fleet / MRM applications without the need to install additional hardware or pay for additional wireless data costs.

Fleet Administration Automation Interfaces: This set of web services interfaces enables automated management of vehicle, user and organizational information in GreenRoad. This allows customers to automatically synchronize GreenRoad with master data sources such as a fleet management application or an HR application where this information is stored and managed.

Behavioral Insight Interfaces: Delivered through common file transfer reports, this data reflects driver safety scores, event, trip insights and event insights that can be integrated with driver risk profile risk management and business intelligence systems.

“Our mission is to transform driving culture and deliver the best drivers on the road, and GreenRoad customers have benefited from excellent results in this regard,” said Glenn Pereira, director of product marketing for GreenRoad. “We are also committed to enabling customers to leverage fleet management and information solutions that best satisfy their broader fleet operations management needs.”