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Telogis Upgrades Location Intelligence for Tracking Software

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Telogis Fleet 10 fleet tracking software has major updates, the company said.

| December 28, 2012

Telogis mobile interface. Photo courtesy of Telogis.

 

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. - Telogis has released Fleet 10, its latest scalable fleet management platform that offers dynamic routing, real-time work order management, navigation and mobile integration, the company announced.

“With the release of Fleet 10, Telogis continues to redefine the industry standard by taking feedback from our customers and delivering the kinds of features and functionality they require to be competitive,” said Mark Wallin, vice president of product management, Telogis Fleet and Mobile. 

The company said that based on customer feedback, it determined that its customers top priority is keeping drivers safe. Fleet 10 has new safety features including comprehensive metrics to help companies identify trends in driver behavior, Telogis said. 

Other new features include improved mobile interface features in a new smartphone app, improved fuel monitoring technologies and advanced functionality, the firm reports.

Learn more at telogis.com.

 

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