Ford and Donlen integrate telematics for complimentary pilot program

  • A vehicle eligible to participate in the program is the 2020 Ford Transit.

    A vehicle eligible to participate in the program is the 2020 Ford Transit. Courtesy of Ford Motor Company

 
Submitted by Jennifer Schallmoser
Updated 5/28/2020 6:32 PM

In conjunction with Ford Motor Company, Donlen, a fleet management leader that develops innovative fleet technology solutions and offers a proactive, hands-on approach to customer service, is proud to announce a complimentary pilot program of device-less Donlen DriverPoint® integration with Ford Data Services. This program is available to Donlen customers with eligible Ford connected vehicles.

"Donlen and Ford are excited to extend this opportunity as it allows fleets to monitor driver behavior by providing opportunities to understand and improve overall fleet safety, while gauging compliance to fleet safety policies and spend," said Elizabeth Rossiter, Donlen director of telematics and safety products. "This offering allows fleets to use telematics as a tool to help manage through these difficult times and without the hassle of needing to install physical hardware."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"Donlen's complimentary trial of Ford's embedded modem solution is a great way for their customers to experience the benefits of this type of solution," said Michelle Moody, marketing director, Ford Commercial Solutions. "Ford's embedded modem technology offers high -- quality, manufacturer-grade data on 100% of Ford's 2020 model year lineup in North America."

The program allows Donlen customers to test the Ford embedded solution from June 1, 2020 through July 31, 2020. Each customer can apply up to 10 modem-equipped Ford vehicles.

For more information about Ford Commercial Solutions, visit www.commercialsolutions.ford.com.

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