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New user interface for Quartix tracking

Quartix has released a new user interface for its  vehicle tracking system, available to all users at no extra cost.

The system now has a new look and improved usability, according to Quartix, which enables customers to navigate easily between the different features.

Users can access Google Maps (with its map, satellite, Street View options and full zoom levels) directly from any online log along with the live tracking. The revamped features include daily vehicle logs, daily route maps and real-time live tracking.

Andy Kirk, Quartix sales and marketing director, said: "We are constantly striving to offer the best system to our customers – we invest a great deal in development to make sure our users have access to the latest technology and all the tools are optimised for their needs.

"The Quartix system is renowned for its ease of use and this development takes it to a new level of simplicity. The new user interface will enable users to gain the information they need even more quickly – saving them time and money every day."

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