Fleet Complete and GM to Use OnStar to Bring IoT Services Fleets


The collaboration with automaker GM hopes to reward fleets with cost reduction, higher safety and efficiency.

Fleet, asset and mobile workforce IoT services provider Fleet Complete announced they will collaborate with General Motors to bring IoT-enabled services to On-Star equipped OnStar-equipped 15 MY and newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles in the U.S owned by small businesses and commercial fleets.

“Connectivity is the future, and fleets of all sizes are rapidly embracing innovative, data-driven business solutions that can help them improve safety and reduce operating costs,” said Ed Peper, U.S. vice president, General Motors Fleet. “The combination of OnStar connectivity and our built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot opens the door for people to put very sophisticated software and analytical tools to work quickly and efficiently.”

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Fleet Complete’s CONNVEX platform will integrate with OnStar connectivity to deliver services that can help fleets reduce downtime and costs, improve operational efficiency, and manage driver behavior.

According to the company, additional features will include the ability to leverage existing OnStar hardware integrated into GM Fleet vehicle, immediate onboarding with no long-term contract requirement, and easy activation of Fleet Complete software, without the worry of hardware compatibility or device installation.

“Working with GM Fleet is a major milestone for us as an organization, and we are very excited at the opportunity to jointly serve fleets well into the future,” comments Tony Lourakis, CEO of Fleet Complete. “Our collaboration attests to the fact that integrated connected vehicles, especially in business, are becoming the new norm. Our IoT solutions are designed to offer fleets of all sizes and vehicle types the advantage of big data analytics. Working together with GM will simplify consumer access to connected vehicle technologies and help more fleet-owning businesses thrive.”

Interested companies can onboard immediately without being locked into a long-term contract.

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