Mobility

Networkfleet Launches Mobile Website for Smartphones

July 20, 2011 - Press Release

SAN DIEGO - Networkfleet, a leader in wireless fleet management, announced the launch of a new mobile website that provides anytime, anywhere access to GPS fleet tracking information. The mobile site http://networkfleet.mobi allows users to access Networkfleet’s online fleet management system via their mobile phones, including iPhones and Android devices.

Networkfleet combines reliable GPS fleet tracking and engine diagnostic monitoring with easy-to-use, intuitive web-based software. The new Networkfleet mobile website provides instant access to current vehicle location, ignition and idle status information, vehicle speed, engine status and a viewable fleet map with the ability to hone in on a specific vehicle.

"Fleet managers increasingly rely on mobile devices to access timely fleet information while on the go,” said Keith Schneider, president and CEO of Networkfleet. “The mobile-optimized version of Networkfleet delivers up-to-date vehicle location and status, providing greater flexibility to manage fleets more efficiently.”

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