Yet another launch at Expocam 2007 was the Telus Fleet Tracking Bundle, an all-inclusive GPS management system for trucking businesses of even the smallest size. The company says it sets a new industry standard as an affordable, easy, and very efficient way to apply fleet tracking.
Small and medium-sized companies can now adopt the latest in GPS technology to improve their business operations, says Jim Senko, Telus vice-president, Mobility Solutions. Suitable for short- or long-haul trucking, service/delivery vehicles, and couriers, this GPS tool optimizes route scheduling, reduces fuel consumption
and enhances customer service – benefits that were once cost-prohibitive for all but the largest enterprises.
The Fleet Tracking Bundle components include: a Telus wireless data plan; ‘Fleet Complete’ GPS software
from Complete Innovations; and a GPS modem, professionally installed by Best Buy Canada or certified Telus dealers.
It’s a real-time tracking solution using GPS modems installed in vehicles, providing companies with the ability to track their mobile assets, improve operations, productivity, service levels and safety using the Telus 1X
wireless data network across North America.
Telus GPS tools are currently available in four ‘graduated tiers’: handset based navigation (currently available
in Alberta, B.C. and southern Ontario); handset tracking; handset tracking with dispatch capabilities; and fleet
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