Geotab announced that it has been awarded a contract to sell telematics solutions to the State of Minnesota. Under the contract, state and local government agencies across Minnesota can purchase Geotab’s telematics technology to improve vehicle utilization, maintenance and sustainability, among other state objectives.
“The State of Minnesota’s decision to select Geotab as a telematics provider is a testament to the quality of our solutions and our commitment to empowering government agencies to make data-driven decisions about their fleets,” said Neil Garrett, Associate Vice President of Business Development, Government at Geotab. “Our telematics solutions are tailored to meet unique challenges that government fleets face and we are thrilled to help the State of Minnesota achieve their goals for fleet optimization, better serve their local constituents, while also improving their sustainability footprint.”
Agencies using Geotab's platform will be able to manage features such as mixed fleet data management, salt and plow tracking, and access to the Electric Vehicle Suitability Assessment (EVSA). Using the EVSA, customers can assess current fleets and determine which vehicles are suitable for replacement with electric models. Additionally, government agencies will have access to Geotab Keyless, which enables multiple drivers to share vehicles.