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Navman Wireless releases latest GPS software

27 Oct 2015

Navman Wireless has announced the release of its newest GPS software platform, Navman Wireless DIRECTOR.

Navman Wireless DIRECTOR is designed to help businesses gain efficient fleet management habits through unparalleled data about their workforce. 

The new platform comes at the heels of months of R&D and product collaboration between the engineering teams of Navman Wireless and its newly combined sister company, Teletrac Inc.

"I'm personally excited and very proud to announce the launch of Navman Wireless DIRECTOR," says Paresh Nagda, chief technology officer, Navman Wireless. 

"Our goal is to empower customers with actionable data in an easy-to-use platform,” he says. 

“Its scalable features go beyond fleet tracking to include everything from analysing driver behaviour, to receiving instant alerts, robust safety reporting and custom geo-fences."

Navman Wireless DIRECTOR is built with a mapping solution, comprehensive messaging capabilities and workflow forms, user alerts, extensive vehicle maintenance, instinctive user search functions and robust driver behavior analysis.

The software platform builds on the success of the company's predecessor GPS solution, OnlineAVL2. Navman Wireless DIRECTOR is completely web-based and accessible to global fleets in a variety of industries.

"The new platform's complete suite of services scales to the needs of fleets of any size across segments from local service to long haul transportation," says Nagda.     

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