Rental company Enterprise has announced an agreement to become an authorised reseller for telematics firm Geotab in the UK.

The deal will allow Enterprise customers to source and fit Geotab’s fleet management systems across all their vehicles, regardless of whether they are rented, leased or owned.

The Geotab GO device enables specific vehicle performance and maintenance data to be extracted from vehicles and uploaded live for analysis on the MyGeotab platform, providing fleet operators with centralised access to all vehicle data.

MyGeotab is designed to provide insights that can improve vehicle productivity, optimise fuel consumption, enhance driver safety, and support full regulatory compliance.

The data can also be used to determine whether petrol or diesel vehicles could be replaced by low- or zero-emission vehicles.

Enterprise Flex-E-Rent managing director Danny Glynn said: “Partnering with a world-leading telematics specialist such as Geotab means our customers in the UK can extract insights from live data to operate the safest, most cost-effective and sustainable fleets.

“Geotab devices can be fitted in fleet vehicles, regardless of whether they’re rented, leased or owned. This means organisations have complete visibility over how all vehicles are utilised, better understanding their entire fleet’s financial, environmental and operational performance. 

“It enables fully informed decisions about the best ways to improve the way their fleets are run, both currently and in the future.”

Geotab associate vice president of sales and business development UK and Ireland Aaron Jarvis said: “Partnering with Enterprise provides us with the opportunity to support some of the world’s largest and most diverse businesses. This is an important next step as growing our connections is key to providing even better-aggregated data sets and insights.

“We continue to develop Geotab’s platform to enable companies to make intelligent and sustainable decisions that are in the best interests of their organisation, the broader community and the planet at large.”