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TomTom and LoJack Form Alliance to Serve Fleet Customers

January 30, 2013

TomTom Business Solutions has joined forces with stolen vehicle recovery specialist LoJack to expand the North American distribution network for its fleet management technologies.

LoJack will market, sell and service TomTom’s range of fleet management products and services through its dealership network, helping businesses become more efficient, cut costs and improve customer service, according to the companies.

TomTom offers solutions for fleets, including its SaaS (software-as-a-service) fleet management platform, smart navigation and tools for optimizing fuel consumption and workflow management.

According to TomTom, more than 19,000 companies worldwide rely on its fleet management to monitor and manage the activities of their vehicles and mobile operations. At the heart of the TomTom Business Solutions offering sits online fleet management application WEBFLEET, an award-winning SaaS solution recently certified for ISO 27001, guaranteeing the highest standards of reliability and data security.

“LoJack’s far-reaching market presence will introduce TomTom’s fleet management technology to new business markets in North America and enable existing LoJack customers to benefit from a full fleet management solution," said Thomas Schmidt, TomTom Business Solutions' managing director.

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