TomTom receives Frost & Sullivan award

Frost & Sullivan has honored TomTom Business Solutions with its 2012 Customer Value Enhancement Award in Commercial Vehicle Telematics.

The award recognizes the impact of TomTom’s ecoPLUS, fuel measurement module, and WORKsmart fleet management offerings, which provide commercial fleets with an innovative and easy way to reduce fuel consumption.

“Through its dedication to enhancing customer value, TomTom has been instrumental in developing an innovative new product that addresses the crucial demands of fleets, while helping to meet the increasingly stringent demands of emission regulations, operational efficiency, and fuel consumption,” said Wallace Lau, research analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “TomTom’s cutting-edge ecoPLUS add-on and WORKsmart platform have generated significant industry interest that is fostering the proliferation of commercial vehicle telematics.”

The ecoPLUS device enables real-time feedback to the driver on fuel consumption, allowing for immediate changes in driving behavior to improve efficiency. Business owners can use online OptiDrive reports to help lower their fleets’ ecological footprint.

“It is extremely gratifying to have Frost & Sullivan validate our product leadership, especially as we continue to reinforce our commitment to our customers’ businesses and the environment,” said Thomas Schmidt, managing director, TomTom Business Solutions. “We’ve designed our fleet solutions to be completely responsive and flexible to our customers’ needs and are pleased to be recognized for our product leadership. With WORKsmart and ecoPLUS, we are showing fleets worldwide how reducing fuel consumption not only benefits the environment, but also improves the bottom line.”

TomTom is a provider of advanced GPS and fleet management solutions.

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