LoJack Showcases TomTom Fleet Solution at NADA 2015

January 23, 2015  - By
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LoJack Corporation, a vehicle theft recovery and fleet management company, will demonstrate a range of new connected car collaborations and telematics solutions this week at the National Automotive Dealers Association (NADA) Convention & Exposition in San Francisco.

LoJack Fleet Management powered by TomTom is a comprehensive GPS-based advanced telematics system designed for tracking and managing fleets ranging from five to 5,000 vehicles. The LoJack Fleet Management Dealer Referral Program can help dealers earn referral bonuses from their existing relationships with commercial customers.

LoJack is introducing at NADA 2015 its Fleet Management Lite offering, a new version of the service designed to be an affordable, turnkey SaaS (software as a service-based) telematics solution. Fleet Management Lite will enable business owners with small- to medium-sized fleets to realize the benefits of an advanced fleet telematics system, LoJack said. The can be quickly deployed, making it a good choice for loaner vehicle fleets in many of today’s dealerships, the company said.

Another location-based program is LoJack Pre-Install, which enables automotive dealerships to pre-load vehicles in their inventory with the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System before the vehicle is sold to the customer.

“Our commitment to LoJack’s dealership network is at the center of who we are as a brand and a company,” said Randy Ortiz, president and CEO of LoJack Corporation. “Through a combination of strategic partnerships and corporate research and development, we’re fully invested in our mission to deliver sophisticated and reliable connected car and telematics solutions to the dealership community. Our goal is that each of these solutions enables dealerships across the country to increase revenue and improve operational efficiencies while effectively serving customers.”

LoJack is exhibiting in booth #5058W at the 2015 NADA Convention & Expo.

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