OnStar teams with Telogis to help customers manage GM fleet vehicles

Updated Mar 17, 2014

General Motors has partnered with Telogis Inc. to provide fleet customers a one-of-a-kind telematics solution that provides actionable data to help control costs, increase safety and enhance fleet operations, the companies said Wednesday. 

As GM’s partner of choice, Telogis is integrating its location intelligence platform with GM’s OnStar’s proprietary application program interfaces, or APIs, to provide information about vehicles to fleet customers. The new offering is designed to provide commercial fleets with actionable intelligence related to vehicle location, odometer, fuel consumption and other maintenance information on their GM connected vehicles. 

“The combination of OnStar’s industry-leading, unique infrastructure and the Telogis platform will allow fleet managers to keep their vehicles running smoothly on the road,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, GM Fleet and Commercial. “This is the next step in expanding our connected vehicle service offerings to help fleets operate more efficiently and identify cost savings.”

On properly equipped GM fleet vehicles, OnStar technology is integrated into the vehicle from the point of vehicle manufacture and is covered under GM’s standard bumper-to-bumper limited warranty and can be serviced at any of GM’s 4,300 U.S. dealers.

“By leveraging GM’s OnStar connected services infrastructure, we make it easier for customers to access our comprehensive location intelligence platform directly through any GM OnStar-equipped commercial vehicles,” said Susan Heystee, executive vice president, worldwide sales at Telogis. “GM customers have easy access to powerful analytics and connected intelligence that will transform the way their business is done outside the four walls.”

Telogis provides a comprehensive cloud-based location intelligence platform for companies that require route optimization, real-time work order management, commercial navigation, telematics and mobile integration services for their mobile workforces.

Information from the field is transmitted from the vehicle using OnStar technology and the system does not require any additional hardware or third-party installation costs making it an attractive and cost effective solution for commercial fleets to access location and vehicle intelligence, assisting fleets in lowering their total cost of ownership.

The Telogis fleet telematics solution will be available in spring 2014.