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E.J. Ward, Inc. Partners With NovaTracker GPS

March 18, 2008

SAN ANTONIO – E.J. Ward, Inc. a provider in fleet asset management, has selected NovaTracker’s GPS/wireless real-time GPS unit which will soon be installed in thousands of government and commercial fleets.

 The Ward Track GPS vehicle tracking solution will give fleet/operational managers the ability to optimize and lower fleet risks/expenses through Ward’s innovative technologies.

As part of the Ward-NovaTracker supplier partnership, privately-owned Ward will offer the highly configurable NovaTracker MAYA device as part of its turnkey fleet asset management solution. Fleet asset management enables managers to upload critical vehicle performance information during refueling including engine information, oil and gas consumption, mileage and speed, and other data.

The versatile and reliable MAYA is a GPS/GSM based data hub is engineered specifically for the fleet-tracking industry. The MAYA features numerous over-the-air programmable parameters giving customers unparalleled control of their devices and on-the-fly configurability. MAYA generates a unique array of customized and highly relevant data transmissions such as location reporting, vehicle status, and a wide variety of event codes including geofence violations.

The Ward Track Fleet View software can track an unlimited number of vehicles and enables an infinite amount of users to access the system simultaneously. The Ward platform is powered by a mapping engine which facilitates data integration and allows for selective layer visibility. It also allows multiple areas to belong to one geofence unlike any other tracking system on the market.

Deploying the Ward Fleet View turnkey software combined with the MAYA device, customers will also receive real-time location tracking information from each vehicle. All of this data is transferred to Ward’s software and into the fleet manager’s database as part of the vehicle maintenance and monitoring programs.

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