How Geotab got to hosting 10,000 customers
It takes a big team effort to build a highly scalable telematics platform. Everything from system architecture, implementation, security, infrastructure, process automation, and production support need to come together.
It takes a big team effort to build a highly scalable telematics platform. Everything from system architecture, implementation, security, infrastructure, process automation, and production support need to come together to make our hosted solution world class. All that complexity is happening behind the scenes so our customers can focus on solving their business problems. In the following infographic, we take you behind the scenes and show you how it all comes together.
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Pieter Venter is Vice President, Software Development, for Geotab and has been building large scale software solutions for over 20 years. His passion for programming goes back to the days of the Commodore 64.
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