Partnership Enables Location-Enhanced Services for MDM, MRM

— March 21, 2011

TechnoCom Corporation, a leading provider of enterprise location solutions, recently announced a partnership with Abaq.us, a provider of sensor-enabled mobile and Web solutions for consumers and enterprise customers. Together, TechnoCom and Abaq.us are providing location-enhanced Web solutions for one of the nation’s major mobile device management and mobile resource management service providers.

Abaq.us has extended its SaaS platform to enable location-enhanced mobile-resource tracking and messaging across a variety of phones. Based on TechnoCom’s unified network and device-agnostic TechnoCom Location Platform, the service enables enterprise customers to determine the location of any of its mobile assets and control and communicate with them using text messaging. The service will enable companies to determine the location of their mobile assets and field personnel within seconds and use this real-time information to better manage their field-deployed resources. This location-lookup and messaging automation drastically improves response times for mission-critical activities and reduces cost of managing, monitoring, and recovering assets such as mobile devices, small- and large-sized vehicles, and other field-deployed equipment.

“This is an elegant solution for the mobile device management market as it requires no additional hardware or device application,” says Mario Proietti, co-founder and CTO at TechnoCom. “Our integrated cross-carrier platform streamlines the deployment and operation of mission-critical enterprise solutions.”

Additionally, Abaq.us is integrating TechnoCom’s network-initiated location services with its enterprise asset tracking portal myGeoTracking, that allows customers to track, monitor and integrate their mobile assets in their day to day business operations using a variety of telematics devices, GPS and non-GPS phones. With TechnoCom’s location intelligence, myGeoTracking will become available to a larger audience, including users of non-GPS handsets in the second quarter of 2011.

“Abaq.us is excited to expand the myGeoTracking customer base and introduce value-added location services, such as just-in-time asset tracking, on-demand privacy control & two-way messaging, across any phone on most of the major networks in the US,” says Shailendra Jain, founder and CEO at Abaq.us.

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