BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- FleetMatics, a leading global provider of fleet management solutions for small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), today announced the appointment of Jack Noonan, former CEO of SPSS, Inc., and James Kelliher, CFO of LogMeIn, Inc., as two new outside directors added to complement and augment the existing expertise already present on the board, as well as on the management team.
Noonan currently serves as an independent director for both Lionbridge Technologies and Morningstar. Prior to that, he served as chairman, president, and chief executive officer of SPSS Inc., a predictive analytics software company, from 1992 through the acquisition of the company by International Business Machines Corporation in 2009.
“As we’ve built our installed base to more than 240,000 vehicles, we have accumulated a substantial amount of vehicle and driver behavior data,” said Jim Travers, FleetMatics CEO. “Jack’s experience with business intelligence and predictive analytics will help to enhance our ability to leverage that data to deliver actionable insight to our customers.”
“Jack has more than 30 years of experience in an area that is critical to our business. Jim brings a depth of financial experience which, coupled with his knowledge of SaaS and SMB, will strengthen our board of directors and company,” said Alex Guira of InvestCorp, an investor and current board member. “We are extremely pleased to have experienced executives of this caliber join our board, and we, along with the corporate leadership team look forward to working closely with them.”
Fleetmatics Group (NYSE: FLTX) is a leading global provider of mobile workforce solutions for service-based businesses of all sizes delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS). Our solutions enable businesses to meet the challenges associated with managing local fleets and improve the productivity of their mobile workforces by extracting actionable business intelligence from real-time and historical vehicle and driver behavior data. Currently, we serve approximately 42,000 fleet management customers with approximately 826,000 subscribed vehicles worldwide.