Security and Safety

Lytx announces record growth in 2014

Posted on January 22, 2015

Lytx Inc., the global leader in driver safety, announced record growth in 2014 with 57,000 new subscriptions-in-service (SIS), continuing its track record as the preferred partner in every significant commercial transportation segment. Lytx had a banner year, reaching an all-time high of over 200,000 SIS, adding more in 2014 alone than all other providers have in the history of their companies combined.

“This year was another exceptional one for Lytx. We are grateful to our clients for continuing to choose us,” said Brandon Nixon, Lytx CEO. “The momentum toward video-based safety and compliance solutions is accelerating across most transportation segments as evidenced by our continued trend of doubling subscriptions every two years. It took us six years to reach the milestone of 100,000 SIS protected by our program; we provisioned the second 100,000 in less than the last two years alone.”

Lytx’s DriveCam Program and RAIR Compliance Services is the only comprehensive solution that enables fleets to both reduce collision, fuel and maintenance costs resulting in an average six month payback, and improve all seven BASICs of a fleet’s CSA score by effectively changing driving and compliance behavior.

As the only provider that has deployed its solutions fleet-wide to organizations with enterprise scaled fleets, Lytx has developed proven industry leading methodologies to positively transform organizations effectively within six months of program launch.

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