Teletrac Navman releases new software platform

By Helen Wright21 July 2016

Technology developer Teletrac Navman has launched new asset tracking and fleet management software called Director.

The software is a web-based application designed for fleets in a variety of industries, from long-haul transportation to construction, and in markets from North America to Europe, Australia, and Asia. It is said to be scalable to regions around the globe.

Teletrac Navman said it was also developing the electronic logging device (ELD) feature, set to launch in early 2017. The feature is designed to help businesses comply with federal regulations while still allowing them to focus on their core business strategies.

"We're very excited to announce the launch of our global product, Director," said Renaat Ver Eecke, president, Teletrac Navman.

"The dynamic new platform offers capabilities that cater to a variety of market needs in regions around the world. The data provided in Director empowers businesses with the information they need to efficiently manage their fleets regardless of where their operations are located."

Designed to help businesses fine-tune their strategies and reduce operating costs, the software offering fuel use tracking, messaging and routing, along with driver behaviour analysis tools and reporting features.

"Director brings data about vehicles' location and activity, workflow and forms, real-time maps, maintenance alerts and safety into a single screen to serve as the nerve centre for a fleet's operation," said Paresh Nagda, chief technology officer, Teletrac Navman.

"This versatility, further enhanced by advanced capabilities such as vehicle diagnostics, visual dashboards and comprehensive reporting empowers businesses with unparalleled information about their assets and work in the field."

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