Xata receives Frost & Sullivan award

Xata Corp. has announced it has received the Frost & Sullivan North American Price Performance Value Leadership of the Year Award in Commercial Vehicle Fleet Management, The award is presented to a company that demonstrates excellence in implementing strategies that create value for customers, shareholders, and employees

Xata Corp. has announced it has received the Frost & Sullivan North American Price Performance Value Leadership of the Year Award in Commercial Vehicle Fleet Management,
The award is presented to a company that demonstrates excellence in implementing strategies that create value for customers, shareholders, and employees.

“We are honored to have received this award from Frost & Sullivan,” said Jay Coughlan, Xata president & CEO. “It’s an important validation of our position as an industry leader and the role we play in road science, the emerging study and application of technology for trucking and logistics. Receiving this award also confirms our important role in helping fleets stay compliant with CSA regulations.”

According to Xata, Frost & Sullivan, in evaluating its products, recognized the company for its Xata Turnpike solution as the “most competitively priced fleet management product in today’s market,” and the flexibility that both Turnpike and XataNet provide customers looking to rank vehicles and drivers by key performance measurements.

Ease of use, service effectiveness, and products that match client’s needs are other areas that Xata scored highly in, the company said.

“Xata Turnpike eliminates the traditional upfront costs, allowing an immediate return on investment (ROI), generally seen within the first month of its implementation. It is currently one of the least expensive solutions to improve fleet operations, as well as to remain hours-of-service compliant,” said Sathyanarayana Kabirdas, analyst for Frost & Sullivan.

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