On the Path to Recovery
San Diego, CA (Vocus) June 30, 2010
RMJ Technologies (http://www.rmjtech.com ), a fleet management provider specializing in vehicle GPS tracking solutions, vehicle camera technologies, and web-based driver simulation training, announced today it was awarded the Green Firm of the Year Award by the Los Angeles Minority Business Opportunity Center (MBOC) and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA). The award was presented during the 15th Annual Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards in Los Angeles on March 19th, 2010 at Los Angeles City Hall.
In addition RMJ Technologies was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by the Mayor of the City of Los Angeles and on behalf of its residents. It is signed by Richard Alarcon, Councilmember 7th District, Tom Labonge, Councilmember 4th District and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
The theme of this year MED Week, ”On the Path to Recovery” draws attention tothe current economic environment demand for a new way of thinking and a sharpened focus in order to regain our economic vitality. “MBOC is playing a pivotal role in helping minority businesses grow in LA and is improving the way we all do business with minority firms,” Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said. “MED Week is a great opportunity to highlight the many contributions minority businesses provide to our local economy.”
RMJ Technologies was recognized for their endless pursuit of mitigating green house gases via more efficient fleet management. With customers including the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the San Diego County Water Authority, Eastern Municipal Water District, Rancho California Water District, and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (pending), RMJ Tech has made a significant impact on emission mitigation by providing Networkfleet’s sophisticated Vehicle GPS tracking solution with remote diagnostics.
The Networkfleet patented system reads real-time diagnostics from the vehicle’s engine to allow fleet managers to monitor precise information such as exact vehicle speed, fuel consumption, and emissions status for all vehicles. Fleet managers log in to a secure Web site to view vehicle performance data and receive reports emailed directly to their in-box daily, weekly, or monthly.
“We are extremely honored to be recognized by the MBOC for our efforts. However, recognition truly belongs to the MBOC and its staff. The folks at MBOC have gone above and beyond to assist us with meeting organizations for whom we can assist. The MBOC has made it possible for us to develop business relationships in much less time than it would have taken us on our own. We are particularly grateful to Dorothy Randle with the Los Angeles MBOC office who works tirelessly for us small minority businesses,” said Jerome Toliver, CEO, RMJ Technologies.
About RMJ Technologies
RMJ Technologies works with a variety of public agencies and private companies to help them use GPS vehicle tracking systems to reduce fuel costs, lower maintenance expenses, and reduce emissions. RMJ Technologies also provides a multitude of vehicle camera systems and web-based driver simulation training. RMJ holds the following certifications: CPUC, State of California Small Business-DGS, City of San Diego Small Business, and National Certified Minority Business Enterprise. RMJ was awarded the 2010 Med Week “Green Company of the Year” by the Los Angeles Minority Business Outreach Center and was the 2009 Minority Business Enterprise Supplier of the Year, San Diego Regional Development Council. RMJ Technologies is headquartered in Fallbrook, CA (San Diego County). For more information, please visit http://www.rmjtech.com.
Networkfleet is a leading provider of wireless fleet management services that improve fleet operating efficiency by reducing fuel consumption, maintenance expenses and vehicle emissions. The company’s technology combines patented remote diagnostic monitoring with GPS-based Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) systems. With more than 50 patents issued or pending, the company received the 2008 AeA High Tech award and was a finalist in Connect’s 2008 Most Innovative Product Award for clean technology. Founded in 1999, Networkfleet is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hughes Telematics, Inc. and is headquartered in San Diego, CA.
About MED Week
The national MED Week was designated by Proclamation of the President of the United States in 1983. It recognizes and promotes the Nation's minority-owned business enterprises and their supporters. The City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office, the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) and the Los Angeles Minority Business Opportunity Center are jointly coordinating the 15th Annual Los Angeles MED Week.
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