Trackem GPS has officially launched its latest version of its client facing GPS tracking platform. The software launch has been 18 months in the making, for the 18-year-old business GPS fleet tracking company. The tall task of client migration has begun and is expected to be ongoing for a number of months ahead.
Trackem’s new software platform was built to deliver on three main principals, a simple user interface, functionality that clients need and scalability for future development. “Our greatest value proposition to our clients has always been that the Trackem interface is simple to understand and offers the features that small, medium and larger businesses need,” says Conrad Galambos, President at Trackem GPS. “This new platform goes even further to provide the industries best user experience, with powerful new functionality to meet the demands of todays fleets and economic challenges.”
(Screen Capture 1: The Fleet View screen provides a simple view and access to data about all vehicles in the fleet)
The timing of the launch comes during a period of extreme fuel price increases, which is gouging into the bottom lines of any company that relies on fuel burning fleet vehicles or equipment. GPS tracking can have significant benefit for companies looking to gain efficiencies in terms of fuel consumptions across their fleet. Trackem’s new GPS tracking software provides new functionality to address this growing issue.
The new system offers features to monitor fuel bills and overall fleet fuel expenditure, plus mileage analysis and driver scorecards. Driver scorecards help to identify drivers with habits of fast acceleration or speeding, which contribute to excessive fuel burn. This information can be used for training or disciplinary purposes. Detailed reports can help identify a number of areas in the fleet that can be optimized for fuel efficiency. To add to this, the new Maintenance section can help keep fleet managers or business owners up to date and vehicles maintained to optimize fuel economy.
(Screen Capture 2: New functionality provides a glimpse of vehicle efficiency across the fleet or down to individual vehicles or drivers)
The software has been built to be able to accommodate various IoT hardware. Trackem will begin testing and exploring ways to integrate BLE sensors, dashcams, WiFi trackers, and other sensors and accessories. “Our clients are often asking us about functionality or hardware that we don’t offer. Our new platform will allow us to say yes more often and provide innovative solutions to more clients, on the fly,” says Galambos.
(Screen Capture 3: The new Driving Behaviour features allows business operators and fleet managers to understand driving habits to better assess training and safety needs)
The New Trackem platform offers new fully customized dashboards for a one stop spot for a snapshot of fleet or driver specific mileage, fuel, fleet efficiency, job hours and more. Available data for clients has been upgrade, do users can now access 6 months of history versus 90 days on the legacy system. The new system also has upgraded its mapping to use Google Maps, has driver messaging built in, provides forms for vehicle inspection, and much more. A new mobile App interface has also been upgraded with extra features.
(Screen Capture 4: The new Trackem GPS Dashboard is easily customizable for a comprehensive snapshot of fleet performance across the systems key datasets)
Simultaneous with the Trackem platform launch is also the introduction of a revamped website at Trackem.com. Solutions Into Motion is also on the cusp of launching a new redeveloped consumer GPS tracking app for its consumer facing brand WhereSafe GPS.
About Solutions Into Motion:
Founded in 2003, Solutions Into Motion (SIM) is a Canadian company providing real-time, simple to use GPS tracking hardware and mobile application software for business efficiency and family safety purposes. The company is based out of Brantford, Ontario and is family owned and operates across North America. SIM markets two flagship GPS tracking brands, Trackem (www.Trackem.com) for business and fleet; and WhereSafe (www.WhereSafe.com) for family safety and asset tracking. SIM is continually investing in expanding its range of technology.
For more information or interview requests, contact:Richard Tremblay
Solutions Into Motion