LoJack will begin marketing and installing TomTom products and services including its WEBFLEET fleet management service. Users will be able to stay on top of fuel use, routing and real-time traffic data with the services. The partnership will integrate TomTom’s hardware, software and back-end data with LoJack’s Stolen Vehicle Recovery Network.
“This alliance allows LoJack to build upon our global stolen vehicle recovery network technology with a wider range of solutions that add value to our customers and partners,” said Randy L. Ortiz, President and CEO of LoJack Corporation, in a prepared statement.
The partnership is targeting small and medium business owners, commercial fleets, automotive dealerships and law enforcement agencies. LoJack is planning to offer more solutions to automotive dealerships and consumers in the second half of the year.