Samsara was recognized by Frost & Sullivan as the 2023 Company of the Year for Commercial Telematics solutions. The Company of the Year award is aimed at companies that actively push for innovation and growth in their respective industries through new products, solutions and services, while also considering customer needs.
Frost & Sullivan say Samsara snagged the award by solving key industry problems via a versatile product range, along with its work with the Connected Operations Cloud.
As part of the Connected Operations Cloud, Samsara’s Vehicle Telematics application provides visibility into real-time vehicle location and diagnostics, mobile workflows for driver safety and compliance and insights to optimize dispatch, maintenance and fuel and energy costs. When combined with the rest of Samsara’s systems, customers have a single platform for all their operations systems.
The Connected Operations Cloud shows real-time insights for customers to create safer jobs, reduce their carbon footprints and cut costs, allowing for reinvestment in areas for growth. In the last year, it is estimated that Samsara has helped prevent more than 200,000 vehicle crashes, saved thousands of trees by digitizing more than 220 million workflows and processed over six trillion data points.
“Samsara has earned a coveted reputation as an aspirational brand in the region, particularly among commercial fleet owners,” said Mugundhan Deenadayalan, senior industry analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “This recognition is a testament to Samsara’s ability to align its fleet management solutions with the evolving demands of the market. Samsara efficiently solves the industry’s key unaddressed problems through its comprehensive Connected Operations Cloud.”
“Samsara is honored to be named Frost & Sullivan’s Company of the Year, recognizing our efforts to help organizations across industries connect their physical operations,” said Joe Ryan, general manager of telematics, Samsara. “We are excited to continue working with our customers to improve the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of their operations.”