Integrated Voice and GPS Solution Keeps Costs Down

— August 02, 2011

CES Wireless, a provider in the manufacturing, integration, and implementation of intelligent fleet management solutions, and San Francisco-based TABLETmedia, a leading innovator in enterprise mobile communication solutions have partnered to enable the support of Motorola's new line of professional digital wireless systems.

POWER-trak3, the enterprise fleet management solution from CES, provides fleet managers with a rich set of software tools to effectively manage their fleets, including vehicle tracking, fleet visibility, maintenance, job ticket dispatching and integration to non-CES vertical market software platforms.
Fleet operators are clearly focusing on critical initiatives that give them better efficiencies, says Pat Lohan, vice-president of sales and marketing, CES Wireless. "The integration between CES and the Motorola digital wireless platform enables public safety, security, and fleet managers to conveniently migrate from analog two-way radio or cellular wireless systems without compromising existing systems when using CES fleet management software," says Lohan.

"Further, intelligent GPS has now proven to dramatically lower fleet operating costs. For a 50-vehicle fleet owner, saving a gallon of gas every day can add $350,000 to the bottom line over five years. With MOTOTRBO, CES and TABLETmedia tightly integrated, you get voice, GPS, and controlled costs," Lohan adds.
"We are very pleased to formalize a product relationship with CES Wireless, particularly because of the company's long-standing reputation and dedication in offering valuable solutions to its customer base. With the iTalkie solution, POWER-trak3 users can benefit from using the most advanced digital 2-way radios, which not only provide great voice quality and low battery consumption but also include GPS, messaging and other data capabilities," says Alessandro Gatti, president of TABLETmedia, Inc.


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