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AT&T and Fleet Complete take telematics to Mexico

Steve Rogerson
October 15, 2019



AT&T is partnering Canadian telematics company Fleet Complete to bring connected vehicle technology to Mexican fleet-owning businesses, helping lower their operational costs and strengthen vehicle and driver safety.
 
"We are thrilled to be offering our next-generation fleet management technology in Mexico, helping their businesses – big and small – be safe, productive and cost-effective," said Tony Lourakis, founder and CEO of Fleet Complete. "We have tremendous experience selling with mobile carriers around the world and we are excited to operate in the Mexican commercial fleet sector together with AT&T, our telecom partner in the USA."
 
The Mexican market has more than 6.5 million commercial vehicles in use, while only 15% of those commercial vehicles have telematics connectivity. The Fleet Complete's technology complemented with AT&T's national coverage in Mexico should help the fleet management sector in Mexico.
 
With AT&T Fleet Complete product portfolio, Mexican businesses of all sizes and in all industry segments gain a variety of fleet management, GPS asset tracking and driver safety products.
 
The technology will address driver safety and protection of assets by constantly monitoring vehicle locations, from one management platform dedicated to improving efficiencies and cost savings.
 
"In AT&T, we are committed to help Mexican companies accelerating their businesses growth," said Laurent Therivel, CEO of AT&T Mexico. “With AT&T Fleet Complete and our advanced mobile network covering nearly 100 million of people, we are enabling smart technologies to maximise the performance of companies, increase productivity and improve efficiency through rich data.
 
Fleet Complete provides connected vehicle technology, delivering mission-critical fleet, asset and mobile workforce management. The company is servicing close to 500,000 subscribers and over 35,000 businesses in Canada, USA, Mexico, Australia, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. It maintains omni-channel partnerships and distribution with AT&T in the USA, Telus in Canada, Telstra in Australia, and Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile) in multiple European countries.
 
The products and services of AT&T in Mexico are available nationwide in AT&T's point of sales. The company covers almost 100 million people in the country.