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Networkcar Named Finalist in Two Categories for the 2006 American Business Awards

May 30, 2006

SAN DIEGO – Networkcar, a Reynolds and Reynolds company specializing in remotely monitoring vehicle location and diagnostics, has been named a finalist in two categories for the 2006 American Business Awards, also known as the “Stevies.” Networkcar was selected in the Most Innovative Company category for enhancements to its Networkfleet wireless vehicle management system. It was also selected for the Best Product Development Team category for its software engineering team’s ability to quickly deliver new customer functionality. Networkfleet is a wireless vehicle management system that fleet managers use to access up-to-the-minute productivity and efficiency information on virtually every aspect of their fleet operations via the Internet. Networkfleet’s in-vehicle device collects and wirelessly transmits detailed metrics directly from a vehicle’s engine computer and from a global positioning system. Fleet managers can log on and view specific vehicle data such as current location, fuel consumption, mileage, speed, and idle-time, 24/7 through a secure Web application.
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