Zubie Adds Bluebird As Integration Partner To Deliver Telematics Insights To Rental Car Fleets

Zubie Adds Bluebird As Integration Partner To Deliver Telematics Insights To Rental Car Fleets

This partnership extends Zubie's reach and value delivery to rental and loaner car fleet operators.

Zubie, a connected-car platform and telematics data insights provider, has announced a new integration partnership with Bluebird Auto Rental Software, a leading provider of cost-effective software to vehicle rental companies. This partnership integrates Zubie telematics data within Bluebird’s RentWorks software platform, giving rental fleet and loaner car operators seamless access to connected car insights and the ability to improve business operations.

Zubie Rental Connect was introduced in early 2019 and continues to build a strong partner network that includes TSD, Collateral Consultants and Karz, in addition to Bluebird.

“By integrating Zubie Rental Connect with existing information and service partners, we make telematics more accessible and far more valuable for our loaner and rental fleet customers,” said Zubie CEO Gary Tucker. “We’re excited to add Bluebird to the rental car industry’s most extensive telematics partner network.”

Bluebird customers will now have access to Zubie’s full suite of rental and loaner fleet management features, helping them protect their assets and optimize their business, including fleet monitoring, location and recovery capabilities as well as features that improve check-in, lot management and real-time fuel and odometer capture. Bluebird’s integration will enable their customers to access this information from within the RentWorks platform.

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