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Geotab Hires Former McDonald's Fleet Manager Miller

July 15, 2016

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Geotab USA has hired Susan Miller as senior fleet account manager. Miller will be responsible for further developing their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts.

Previously, Miller serves as director of fleet program and services at McDonald’s Corporation, where she was instrumental in developing creative and innovative solutions that generated significant cost savings at the local, national, and global levels. In 1998, Miller was honored as Automotive Fleet's Professional Fleet Manager of the Year and she was inducted into the Fleet Hall of Fame in 2012.

“I’m so happy for this opportunity to add value and contribute to the success of Geotab and our clients," Miller said. "It’s refreshing to give back and share my experience for the benefit of other fleet managers as well as be on the team of such a proven industry telematics leader as Geotab."

Susan’s experience in business team leadership and strategic planning will be key to helping Geotab build on their success in providing open platform fleet management solutions that maximize fleet productivity, safety, efficiency, and compliance.

"Susan brings a wealth of experience and industry knowledge," said Joey Marlow, Geotab's vice president of U.S. operations.

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