Linke Drive Geo Tab Integration Sized

LinkeDrive integrates Geotab data

Jan. 3, 2020
Partnership forms one of industry’s most comprehensive, leading-edge driver performance management solutions, CEO says

LinkeDrive, a provider of driver performance management (DPM) solutions for the transportation industry, recently completed an integration partnership with Geotab, which provides open-platform fleet management solutions.

Geotab, named the top commercial telematics solution worldwide by ABI research, is a global leader in IoT and connected transportation, equipping more than 1.9 million vehicles with its telematics technology, for a footprint of more than 40,000 customers.

“Our integration partnership with Geotab is yet another step forward in providing the most comprehensive and leading-edge driver performance management (DPM) solution to the industry,” said LinkeDrive’s founder and CEO, Jeff Baer. “In a long evolving list of growing integrations, Geotab further complements our rich end-to-end turnkey SaaS DPM solution for our customers.

“The completeness of Geotab’s data set has made it really easy in translating their data into our DPM solution. From our management facing portal to our automated DPM driver engagements, such as our daily MyDrive reports or monthly MyScore reports, our solution can be fully derived from Geotab data. And with Geotab’s scale as a global leader processing over 30 billion data points per day, we are ecstatic to be bringing this integration to the industry.”

During this year’s Regional Run-on-Less, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) showcased LinkeDrive’s Geotab integration at a national level.

“When we approached the LinkeDrive team, our goal was to not only leverage the Geotab data, but more importantly, present it in a way that visualized what was truly happening on the road every day, (and) their MyDrive daily reporting technology did just that,” said Mike Roeth, executive director at NACFE. “LinkeDrive’s visualizations not only incorporated the Geotab telematics data, but they also mixed in additional third-party data feeds to show some really amazing views that included environmental information, such as weather and terrain.

“This received an immense amount of positive feedback from the industry and provided a comprehensive picture of what the drivers were facing every day, helping NACFE truly tell the Run-on-Less story.”

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