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SupaTrak goes mobile with new system

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CMS Supatrak has gone mobile, allowing fleet managers to track their vehicles and other assets while on the move from the palms of their hands.In addition to tracking assets using a PDA, it is also possible to track the PDA itself and to include lone worker applications such as panic switches. 

Both offer the facility to enhance health and safety and duty of care obligations to employees by being able to locate them in an emergency or other critical situations.

The new system is proving useful to mobile workers, who can now access information through their SupaTrak vehicle accounts while in the field.

It is also being sought out by companies wanting asset management solutions that can save the business money by taking greater control of valuable assets, while at the same time needing to conform to new government duty of care and taxation guidelines.

A spokesman said: “The new flexibility provided by SupaTrak Mobile responds to increasing demand for information on the move. 

“Complementing the existing benefits of standard SupaTrak, it is easily upgradeable to interface with back office data feeds, JobTrak systems and offers seamless integration with satellite navigation.”

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