A. Absolutely. That’s becoming a huge need in the marketplace. We used the example earlier of a driver that was diverting fuel. If you have telematics paired with a fuel card, you can say: Here’s a fueling transaction that occurred at that location. At the exact same time, this was the vehicle’s location. If the two of them don’t match, you might want to look into it.
This seems like a very basic report. But now we’re starting to see that that information is used in many other different ways. They’re starting to look at fuel consumption for those who are harsh braking. At locations: Why have you gone off your route? You should have bought your fuel here and stayed on your route. There are lots of ways to integrate that data.
Customers are asking for a lot of data and, at some point in time, somebody is going to need to be that repository of much more data than just fuel and telematics.