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Concord, MA, January 8, 2007 – TomTom, the world's largest navigation solution provider, today announced the launch of TomTom WORK, a new product and services offering that provides businesses with a Connected Navigation solution. TomTom WORK combines tracking and tracing technology with smart navigation for easy, two way communication for cars, dispatchers, fleet managers and drivers.
TomTom WORK offers an easy to use connected solution for fleet owners to streamline the daily management and communication with their fleet and staff. Companies that benefit from TomTom WORK include those that rely on the efficient and flexible management of commercial vehicles to meet customers needs while simultaneously monitoring each vehicle's progress.
“We searched for over a year and half for a tracking and tracing solution for our medical supply delivery trucks that met our needs,” said Doug Wedekind, vice president of Orange Belt Pharmacy. “TomTom WORK is the only solution that is able to track our trucks and provide navigation in a single application. This is exactly the solution we have been waiting for.”
Michael Seifeddine, Director of Operations for 1-888-TRASH IT! added, “To handle the increasing demands of our rapidly growing residential and commercial junk removal business, we rely on TomTom WORK to provide reliable and accurate tracking and tracing communications to our fleet. TomTom WORK allows us to respond to our customers more quickly with accurate directions and a better response time at a price we can afford.”
Key elements of the TomTom WORK solution:
“TomTom is excited to launch this efficient, simple and valuable solution to businesses across the US,” said Jocelyn Vigreux, president of TomTom Inc. “TomTom WORK offers significant time and cost savings without the requirement of additional software or technical support. Additionally, by connecting operators of fleets with their drivers, TomTom WORK brings transparency to businesses and their customers, keeping transactions more efficient and simple.”
For under $2 per day, customers can subscribe to the WEBFLEET solution.
Other costs include: