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Extended Functionality with Geotab SDK

GPS fleet management solutions vary from one company to the next and no two are the same, just like no two company’s fleet management needs are the same.

Implementing telematics for your business growth means staying focused on your 5 year business plan and tapping into the potential of the rich data that is available, in addition to extending the information to help make measured management decisions. By setting milestones, you will be able you to achieve a long term vision for growth. The future of telematics is connecting data with business processes and operations.

GoFleet does not simply offer an out of the box GPS telematics platform, we take full advantage of the Geotab API & SDK to work with companies to extend functionality and provide the utmost value to our clients. Working closely with our partner, ZenduIT, we provide anything from dispatch solutions, Truckmate integration and maintenance management, to completely custom solutions created for your business.

What exactly is the Geotab SDK?

A Software Development Kit (SDK) is a set of software development tools allowing for the creation of applications. Essentially, it’s a platform that helps people further extend the functionality of MyGeotab. The SDK contains many Application Program Interfaces (APIs); the APIs are used to communicate with the raw data seen in the MyGeotab application such as Devices, GPS data, Trips, Engine Data, and so much more. They provide you with the extended ability to add, update and remove data from the system using different sources other than the MyGeotab application and are securely exposed via HTTPS (the web standard that is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web). By using this web standard it means the SDK can be utilized through a large variety of systems.

Learn More about the Geotab SDK

If you have a custom solution request, feel free to contact one of our fleet consultants to discuss it; if we do not already have what you are looking for, our partners at ZenduIT are always looking to take on new challenges and they would be happy to assist.

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