FleetLocate integrated with SpeedGauge solution

Procon Fleet Services LLC, a provider of mobile resource management(MRM)solutions, and FleetLocate have announced the integration of its GPS fleet tracking system into the SpeedGauge solution

Procon Fleet Services LLC, a provider of mobile resource management(MRM)solutions, and FleetLocate have announced the integration of its GPS fleet tracking system into the SpeedGauge solution. This integration will allow FleetLocate’s customers “to identify high-risk driving behavior, monitor speed and rate drivers on all types of roads nationwide.”

"FleetLocate GPS fleet tracking services have already shown an immediate and recognizable ROI and our integration with SpeedGauge will give our customers additional cost and time savings immediately," said Steve Blair, FleetLocate vp of sales.

"Fleet managers understand that reducing excessive speed has a big impact on the direct and indirect costs of accidents,” Jonathan Hubbard, CEO & co-founder of SpeedGauge, Inc. said. ”With the FleetLocate and SpeedGauge integration, it is easy for fleet managers to take immediate action and change driver behavior.”

Hubbard noted that SpeedGauge solutions provide predictive decision-support information to commercial fleets, their insurance companies, and their customers, allowing them to reduce accident and insurance rates by identifying risky driving behavior as well as measuring, monitoring and managing vehicle fuel economy.

SpeedGauge works with GPS tracking providers “to build and deliver location analytics solutions to commercial fleets and their insurance companies,” according to the company. SpeedGauge said it uses vehicle operational data to help fleets improve safety, fuel economy and pollution emissions.

According to Procon Fleet Services, its solutions “host an abundance of feature sets allowing users to effortlessly locate and control their assets across the globe by providing a globally managed, wireless data network.” These products reduce the costs, complexities and risks associated with managing mobile assets and people, the company said.

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