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Geotab, a leading provider of end-to-end GPS fleet management solutions, is pleased to announce that it was named in Connected World’s prestigious 2013 CW 100 list. Geotab was evaluated against a variety of criteria for selection, including sales and earnings growth, contribution to the connected-devices space, and innovation in multiple markets served during the past 12 months.

With over 250,000 units deployed in the field today, and 80,000 units sold in last 12 months, Geotab’s innovative telematics technologies have become one of the most widely used systems in the world today. Neil Cawse, Geotab’s CEO explains: “Geotab understands simplicity by having a website that shows just the measurements a company needs to improve and no more. Geotab is the building block for other connected systems because the cloud based open API approach allows a much larger integrated ecosystem of customer solutions.”

“The CW 100 provides a one-of-a-kind snapshot of the movers and shakers in today’s M2M and connected-devices marketplace,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World magazine. “Perhaps even more importantly, this year, the editorial team and its advisory board chose 100 companies we think you’ll want to do business with in 2013.”

“New players enter this industry all the time,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Connected World magazine. “But each and every year, you can rely on the CW 100 to evaluate and identify the top companies in M2M and connected devices; and that is exactly what we’ve accomplished in 2013.”

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