Volvo Enters Into Memorandum of Agreement with Telogis and Trimble

March 14, 2013

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Volvo Trucks in North America  announced it has entered into memorandums of agreement with both Telogis and Trimble to develop future fleet management services. Both companies are providers of onboard fleet management and location intelligence services. 

Volvo will offer customers increased flexibility as they optimize the performance of their fleets using the Telogis platform and Trimble, owner of PeopleNet, range of applications.
The agreements with Telogis and Trimble strengthen Volvo’s Connected Vehicle Services category of  Volvo Trucks Support Services.  
Fleet management services offer fleet managers critical information  such as location, fuel economy and vehicle and driver performance data for all trucks in a fleet. This information can be utilized by the fleets to control costs, increase safety, improve customer service and enhance operations.  
As a part of Volvo Trucks’ evolving strategy focused on uptime, connected vehicle services now come standard on all Volvo-powered trucks with the launch of Remote Diagnostics.


  1. 1. Gad [ March 18, 2013 @ 11:14PM ]

    Is Trimble interested in buying Telogis or dave is afraid of loosing his job and keep opposing to the sale of Telogis.
    Telogis can't compete with Trimble,Hughes's and Teletrac whats the point?


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