SpeedGauge, an international provider of business intelligence and location-based analytics for the trucking and insurance industries, announced a new partnership with International Telematics, a full-service application developer and provider of enterprise fleet management and messaging systems.
Through this partnership, International Telematics extends SpeedGauge technology more deeply into Australia and New Zealand. Similarly, SpeedGauge will further enhance International Telematics’ presence in the North American market.
“Both International Telematics and SpeedGauge will benefit from access to new markets and shared strategies to offer powerful and user-friendly telematics platforms for the benefit of fleet owners, drivers and communities,” said Craig Marris, International Telematics president for North America.
The SpeedGauge platform gathers insights into driver behavior and analyzes data geared towards increasing fuel efficiency, lowering operating costs and improving compliance throughout the fleet. Its analysis combines safety, risk and GPS data with coaching tools to enable smarter and safer driving. Deployment of SpeedGauge is often completed in less than 24 hours for fleet owners and requires no additional equipment or installation fees, the company says, the company says.
International Telematics offers vehicle telematics to monitor asset location, assure compliance and security and to measure both operational performance and environmental impact. The company has customers in North America and Australasia.
“The extensive geographic presence of International Telematics will help SpeedGauge serve markets where fleet owners are confronting a rapidly increasing number of regulations that potentially heighten their level of liability,” said Jonathan Hubbard, SpeedGauge CEO. “International Telematics is an ideal partner for SpeedGauge given its deep experience in telematics, global customer base and innovative technology. We are eagerly looking forward to expanding the availability of product lines from both companies to more geographies around the world.”