GoTrack Now Offers Efficient Commercial Fleet Tracking Options
Advances in Technology Offer Business New Ways to Increase Productivity
(PRWEB) January 09, 2013
GoTrack Online Vehicle Tracking, a leader in affordable and convenient options for vehicle GPS systems, provides businesses with ways to easily enhance productivity levels. Companies that operate large numbers of vehicles are often challenged to accurately track mileage, routes and other data to monitor expenses and operations. GoTrack´s unique and updated devices can monitor information that delivers opportunities to streamline processes, improve performance and reduce costs.
A representative from the company commented on the capabilities of the company´s products. “GoTrack vehicle tracking systems offer a range of services and opportunities that can dramatically improve levels of productivity to our clients. Whether you are a small business owner looking to monitor employee actions or a transportation engineer who needs to track the operations of a large fleet, our devices can be an affordable solution.”
About GoTrack — Established in 2001, GoTrack Online Vehicle Tracking was developed to help businesses track their fleet vehicles and manage their service business. The company´s GoTrack EZ device eliminates the drawbacks of traditional GPS vehicle tracking systems, by simply plugging into a vehicle and operating without an airtime contract. The GoTrack 3-Wire device is exactly the same as the GoTrack EZ OBD-II unit, except it connects to the vehicle with three wires for vehicles older than 1996 and large trucks/buses without an OBD-II port. All information acquired through GoTrack is secure and accessed only when an individual enters a user ID and password. No software is ever required, as GoTrack is a web-based application, and customers automatically receive free upgrades to the system and maps every time the application is updated. For more information, visit http://www.gotrack.com.
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