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Geotab Officially Opens New Headquarters

September 23, 2010- Press Release

OAKVILLE, ONTARIO - Geotab, Inc. ("GEOTAB") celebrated the opening of our 16,000 square foot corporate headquarters. The building is home to its global developers, engineers, production, accounting, marketing, IT, and senior sales staff.

Neil Cawse, GEOTAB CEO is excited about the new facility that "allows us to continue to innovate with our software, firmware and hardware development teams all located under one roof. In order to support our expanding operations and customer support initiatives, the additional space has allowed us to remain agile in developing innovations that, as a platform, meet the current and future expected needs of our customers."

Neil Cawse, GEOTAB CEO

With the building's modern interior design and open concept arrangement, GEOTAB's organizational structure allows for greater department interaction. The new facility is also home to our production research and development, where GEOTAB has taken a leadership position in the pursuit of providing the best quality business measurement data from a range of sensors including GPS, accelerometer and vehicle telematics.

For more information on GEOTAB or to see more corporate office photos, please visit

About Geotab, Inc.

Founded in 2000, Geotab, Inc., headquartered in Oakville, Ontario, provides end-to-end solutions to give customers the tools and data they need to improve efficiencies, reduce waste, build service levels, and increase revenues from their fleets. Geotab has become the telematics management system of choice for leading local and international corporations. For more information, visit


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