Telogis takes a top award for commercial telematics service

At the recent Telematics Update – Automotive (TU-Automotive) conference and exposition, Telogis was honored as the Best Commercial Telematics Service Provider. The award was presented during a ceremony in Michigan recognizing companies determined to be “the best in the connected car space” by a panel of judges.  

Telogis partner, Mack Trucks was also honored as the Best Commercial Vehicle Maker of the Year having impressed judges with its own innovations and implementation of Telogis’ built-in solutions, including commercial navigation, compliance and fleet management applications.

“Telogis’ partnerships with leading automotive and equipment manufacturers allow us to build our technologies right into new commercial cars, trucks and equipment, driving rapid adoption of our entire platform of connected vehicle technologies,” said Kevin Moore, vice president, global OEM automotive sales, Telogis. “This is a great honor for Telogis, and by extension, all of our OEM partners that are helping to drive uptime, safety, cost savings and productivity for their own customers with these technologies.”

The award Telogis received was based upon the company’s ongoing innovation and its strategic partnerships with automotive and equipment manufacturers to build its technologies into vehicles at the factory.  In addition to Mack, this list of partnerships includes, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Volvo Trucks, Isuzu, Hino (a Toyota Group Company) and Manitowoc Cranes. This is the second consecutive year Telogis has been honored with the Best Commercial Telematics Service Provider award.

Telogis has been the recipient of numerous awards recently including, several Stevie Award for Customer Service  and listings in Orange County’s Top Workplaces and Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500.

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