BSM Technologies Announces Resignation of Chief Technology Officer

TORONTO, November 15, 2016 – BSM Technologies Inc. (“BSM” or the “Company”) (TSX: GPS), a leading provider of remote monitoring, fleet management, and fleet diagnostics, today announced that Mr. Alban Hoxha, Chief Technology Officer of the Company, will be leaving the organization to pursue other opportunities, effective January 20, 2017. The Company has commenced a search for his replacement.

“On behalf of the management team, I want to thank Alban for his contributions to BSM and wish him success in his future endeavours,” said Aly Rahemtulla, President and Chief Executive Officer of BSM. “Our R&D team continues to work diligently to integrate our technology and build-out a unified platform. With the recent addition of Mobi Corp., we added even greater capabilities to our customer offering, and believe that the strength of our broader R&D team will drive our technology initiatives and ensure that integration remains on schedule as we transition to new technology leadership.”

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BSM Technologies Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a global top 20 commercial fleet telematics provider for automatic vehicle location (AVL) solutions that improve efficiency, accountability and reduce costs for fleet operators. BSM’s end-to-end solutions automate record keeping and regulatory compliance, reduce fuel burn and idling, mitigate risk, and keep drivers safe. BSM provides solutions for commercial and government units who manage and operate diverse assets and large fleets that utilize its integrated fleet tracking, fleet maintenance, and intelligent business engine which provides real time, web‐based tracking of mobile and fixed assets.

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Aly Rahemtulla
President & CEO
BSM Technologies Inc.
Conrad Seguin
Investor Relations