A two-time T-Mobile award winner, PROCON continues to demonstrate exceptional vision and innovation year after year. The Big Kahuna Award recognizes PROCON's position as a leading provider in the M2M industry
Knoxville TN, (PRWEB) October 26, 2010
PROCON, a global leader in mobile resource management solutions, has announced it has received the Big Kahuna Award from T-Mobile for its vision, innovation, leadership and accelerated growth in the machine-to-machine (M2M) industry, particularly in the sub-prime asset tracking and fleet management segments. The award was presented by T-Mobile at the 2010 M2M Summit held in Miami, Florida.
"A two-time T-Mobile award winner, PROCON continues to demonstrate exceptional vision and innovation year after year. The Big Kahuna Award recognizes PROCON's position as a leading provider in the M2M industry," said John Horn, National Director, M2M, at T-Mobile USA.
"We are honored to receive this recognition from T-Mobile, a dominant provider and enabler of M2M solutions. The Big Kahuna award speaks to not only the value of our sub-prime asset and fleet tracking products to our customers, but to the innovation we are offering the industry," said Tim Welch, CEO for ProconGPS, Inc.
Last year, ProconGPS received the Maverick award from T-Mobile for its innovation and accelerated growth in the sub-prime, or "Buy Here, Pay Here" (BHPH), automotive industry.
PROCON, headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, is one of the world's leading providers of MRM products and services. By providing a globally managed, wireless data network, PROCON reduces the costs; complexities and risks associated with deploying and supporting mobile applications and connected devices. PROCON offers solutions for government, automotive, consumer and commercial applications and currently has more than 450,000 units in use throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. PROCON has more than 25 industry-leading brands and offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and the United Kingdom, and a software development laboratory in Thailand.
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