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Navtrak Releases Street Suite 4.0 GPS System

August 30, 2005

SALISBURY, MD – Navtrak, Inc, a provider of GPS fleet productivity solutions, announced Aug. 24 the latest release of its Street Suite GPS monitoring, mapping, and reporting software.Street Suite 4.0 incorporates numerous enhancements developed with input from its thousands of users, Navtraks’ own team of programmers and technical advisors, and as a result features the latest available technology in real-time GPS tracking and powerful, user-friendly reporting.Fleet owners, and dispatchers in particular will find many new features, such as the ability to create “points” on an interactive map, enabling reporting on arrival and departure times, and the length of time spent at a particular site. In addition, Street Suite 4.0’s new Google-like reports interface enables the user to monitor employee vehicle usage outside of scheduled time frames, and to view vehicle engine-hours statistics for proactive maintenance.Navtraks’ Street Suite 4.0 also offers a host of plug-ins and reports, including a preventative maintenance module, after hours reporting to monitor employee usage outside of allowed times, and a report that tracks – in real time – quarterly fuel taxes for commercial vehicles under the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). Navtraks’ Street Suite 4.0 software is cross-browser compatible and is currently available for Microsoft WindowsXP and Windows2000 users.
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