GPS / Telematics

GPS Insight Introduces Cell-Phone-Based Messa

November 20, 2007

SCOTTSDALE, AZ – GPS Insight has introduced cell-phone-based messaging, cell-phone maps, and cell-phone queries. Overall, this new suite of cell-phone capabilities is an advance for the company’s customers who communicate with their drivers using text messages, as well as those who would like to use a cell phone to determine their vehicles’ whereabouts.

GPS Insight’s new cell phone mapping demo page, located at http://crm.gpsinsight.com/crm/campaign_trackerv2.php?track=5151be49-73c7-4db3-df36-473bbb3a83fb&identifier=903d0cab-5a17-3abf-2583-473bcce96aa7, allows customers to see how GPS Insight mapping will look on their phone.

Using drivers’ cell phones and GPS Insight, customers can now send and receive messages via text message. Additionally, they can see exact, satellite maps of their vehicles’ locations on their Google Mobile Maps capable cell phone.

The company offers a 30-day money back guarantee and offers free trials for qualified companies.

GPS Insight’s main Web site is located at

http://crm.gpsinsight.com/crm/campaign_trackerv2.php?track=7125203a-fc28-43ff-ff5c-473bbbd61113&identifier=903d0cab-5a17-3abf-2583-473bcce96aa7.

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