Aon Acquires to Boost Commercial Fleet Offering
Aon Acquires to Boost Commercial Fleet Offering
Aon has announced its acquisition of's technology assets and intellectual property, aimed at bolstering its commercial fleet proposition.

The strategic move by Aon underscores its commitment to enhancing its offerings in the commercial fleet sector, providing clients with a comprehensive view of fleet performance in real-time. This newfound capability equips Aon’s clientele with the tools needed to make informed decisions aimed at reducing accidents and mitigating overall risk expenses.

Powered by artificial intelligence (AI), the platform delivers actionable insights derived from a wealth of data sources, including driver behavior, vehicle metrics, and contextual data. By harnessing the power of AI-driven analytics, Aon aims to empower both conventional and shared economy fleets to optimize their operations while managing risk and insurance costs effectively.

The acquisition marks a significant step forward for Aon as it continues to innovate and evolve its solutions to meet the dynamic needs of clients operating in the commercial fleet space. With the integration of’s technology, Aon is poised to deliver unparalleled value to its clients, enabling them to navigate the complexities of fleet management with confidence and efficiency.

Commenting on the acquisition, Curtis Scott, executive vice president of Future Mobility and Digital Economy at Aon, said: “Fleet and mobility business models require data-driven insights and tailored risk transfer options to unlock their full potential. Today’s announcement accelerates our progress toward delivering differentiated value by marrying client, carrier and environmental data to help our clients better understand their fleets and drive growth and performance.”

Moreover, the company plans to expand the use of this technology to unveil a comprehensive risk analytics package, providing finely tuned, data-derived insights across portfolio, fleet, and driver domains.

Jillian Slyfield, chief innovation officer at Aon, also commented, saying: “It is more important than ever for our fleet and mobility clients to have access to data-driven insights and tools that inform their risk and business strategies.”

She added: “Today’s announcement is a testament to our ongoing investment in technology to build innovative offerings that address evolving client needs.”

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