Our iPad app gives fleet managers and dispatchers extra screen real-estate to view their entire fleet as if they were on their computer at their desk.
Temecula, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
Mobile fleet tracking is now available as an iPad app for fleet managers and dispatchers alike, giving them the power to view and track their vehicles from the convenience of their tablet.
The iPad app is yet another added bonus for customers of GPSTrackIt’s industry leading software platform.
“It joins the recently released apps for the iPhone and the Android,” said Eddie Bermudez, GPSTrackIt’s Product Manager. “Our iPad app gives fleet managers and dispatchers extra screen real-estate to view their entire fleet as if they were on their computer at their desk.”
Like the Android and iPhone apps, the iPad app provides access to the powerful features of the Fleet Manager system, but with the added benefit of the larger display. Alerts can be created for a wide variety of applications, including geographic markers like Landmarks and Geofences. They can be configured to send emails or SMS text messages when instances of speeding or sustained idling are recorded. Drivers can be sent directions to help reduce fuel waste and avoid traffic. Plus, fleet managers can display vehicle trails and event history (ignition, vehicle starts/stops, etc.) to monitor vehicle activity.
“The new iPad app is available for free to users of GPSTrackIt’s Fleet Manager vehicle tracking system,” added Bermudez.
Current subscribers include thousands of small service businesses, government agencies, and construction companies.
For more information about GPSTrackIt, their new iPad app, or their Fleet Manager vehicle tracking system, visit their website at http://www.gpstrackit.com.
Established in 1999, GPSTrackIt.com is a leading North American supplier of GPS tracking and location-based services. Located in Southern California, GPSTrackit.com is dedicated to providing the most innovative, cutting-edge GPS technology backed by the best customer service in the industry today.