Using Fleet Telematics for Growth

Using Fleet Telematics for Growth
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Discover potential revenue-generating opportunities.

Frost & Sullivan, the growth partnership company, announced that it would be hosting a live, complimentary webinar on Wednesday, May 8that 3 p.m. CET discussing the Growth Innovation Leadership (GIL) briefing, “2025 Vision of Fleet Telematics: Growth Recommendations for Vendors.” The webinar will also present expert insights from Franck Leveque, Partner & Mobility Business Unit Leader, and commentary from Adam McCarty, Vice President of Marketing and Growth Initiatives, Lytx, and Colin Sutherland, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Geotab.

As the fleet management industry evolves, mainly through platformization, digitization, and data-driven business models, telematic vendors see the need to adapt and grow alongside these changes. However, while some are successful with progress, other vendors have struggled to innovate and mimic past strategies. This leads to vendors who are content with their mainstream offerings and ignore potential revenue-generating opportunities within the market radar.

These changes in the industry offer possibilities for vendors to diversify into new service-related revenue streams.

“Vehicular data collected through a telematics platform can help government agencies predict traffic patterns, enhance sustainability, curb emissions, and optimize urban infrastructure projects,” said Leveque.

The webinar will focus on key developments in the connected fleet telematics ecosystem, trends, and dynamics of global fleet telematics. It will further examine the best practices in the connect fleet industry while demonstrating how vehicular data collected through a telematics platform can help government agencies predict traffic patterns, enhance sustainability, curb emissions, and optimize urban infrastructure projects, which will help in understanding new revenue streams.

To register for the webinar, click here.

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