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About Zonar Systems

Zonar Systems is a ~$100M leader in the big-data, commercial connected-vehicle space and has grown 30%+ annually for the last three years. As the first company to develop a technical solution for federally-mandated Electronic Vehicle Inspection Reports (EVIR), we are uniquely positioned in the marketplace to provide real-time big data analytics products – more... and industry specific solutions to commercial trucking companies around the world. Zonar is a privately funded, no-debt company looking to rapidly scale to $500M+. Leveraging a portfolio of approximately 150 patents, we are building upon these data and related analytics services to create the next generation of software and services for the 15M commercial target customers in the US alone.

Zonar has a proven history of continuous innovation on behalf of our commercial customers, providing products that efficiently and easily track commercial fleets and assets, streamline reporting and significantly increase safety while saving cost. We have grown to 2500 customers and maintain a 99+% customer renewal rate with a 325K unit install base. 60% of our revenue is tied to connected vehicle services; our customer base represents a broad range from internal fleets with Boeing and Mondelez, to an OEM partnership with Daimler, which manufactures 50% of the commercial trucks sold worldwide.

Zonar Systems’ culture is based on ingenuity, leadership, teamwork, excellence, passion, integrity, and fun. Our company has grown to over 250 employees who are goal-oriented and fast-paced, but understand the importance of having a healthy work life balance. This is an excellent opportunity to work for a fast-paced, growing, innovative company, make a big impact on a rapidly evolving space, and have fun along the way. – less

Zonar Systems Employer Reviews
Python/PHP Developer (Former Employee), Seattle, WAApril 22, 2015
Product Manager (Former Employee), Seattle, WAMarch 25, 2014