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Mobile GPS Tracking Solutions Now Available with Track What Matters(March 09, 2011)
Dallas, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) March 09, 2011
Dallas-based GPS tracking company Track What Matters recently launched its first GPS Tracking iPhone app.
Track What Matters teamed up with Dallas-based Brainwashinc.com to develop the iPhone app, which is now available for download from the Apple Store. The GPS tracking system will show users the latest reported locations of vehicles, fleets, and assets by address, including real-time Google Map and Googles Satellite views. Users are informed on the exact location of their vehicles, fleet vehicles, or equipment. With mobile GPS tracking, managers are no longer tied to their computers while monitoring important shipments or tracking fleet vehicles.
With an iPhone, managers are provided with an excellent opportunity to enhance the Track What Matters GPS tracking experience. Track What Matters provides GPS tracking of vehicles or equipment in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Africa, the Middle East, and select areas within Asia. The majority of the companys customers are businesses monitoring employee productivity in conjunction with location and speed of vehicles. The companys asset tracking device enables customers to keep track of assets, containers, and trailers.
With the free iPhone app, there has never been a more efficient way to track, locate, and monitor fleets, vehicles, and assets. The iPhone application can also be used by parents to monitor their teenagers driving habits. Mobile GPS tracking from Track What Matters delivers peace of mind to customers, in any industry or market, through their precise and user-friendly GPS tracking options.
For inquiries, please contact Susan Passariello, Director of Marketing at (800) 293-0420.
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