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Networkfleet 5000 Series Named Winner in Telematics Update Awards

June 06, 2012 - Press Release

SAN DIEGO – Networkfleet, a leader in wireless fleet management, announced that the Networkfleet 5000 Series fleet tracking and engine monitoring system has been named a winner of the Telematics Update Award in the Best Telematics Service or Solution for Commercial Vehicle category. The award recognizes innovative solutions that provide cost-effective benefits for commercial fleets.
Compatible with light, medium and heavy duty vehicles, the Networkfleet 5000 Series GPS fleet tracking and engine monitoring system offers 24/7 visibility into fleet assets with access to real-time vehicle data such as mileage, speed, fuel consumption, and diagnostic trouble codes to improve operations and significantly reduce costs. The system also offers expanded integration capabilities, enabling fleet managers to automate tasks and reduce workload.
"Networkfleet is transforming the way fleets operate by providing actionable data that improves efficiency and accountability,” said Keith Schneider, CEO and president of Networkfleet. “We are honored to be recognized by this award for the flexibility and innovation we have built into the Networkfleet 5000 Series.”  
Telematics Update received a record number of nominations from all over the globe. Winners were announced in a ceremony on Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at the Hotel Barronette in Novi, MI.

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