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NexTraq and Vonigo Partner to Offer One Centralized Solution

October 31, 2012 - Press Release

ATLANTA - NexTraq, the value leader of GPS vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions, announced that it has partnered with Vonigo, streamlining service company operations across multiple locations, making complex tasks like client relations, estimating, scheduling, work orders and invoicing simple.

With customizable features tailored specifically to multi-location service companies, Vonigo offers solutions to help organizations increase efficiency, drive new sales, improve customer service and lower operating costs. Combined with NexTraq’s intuitive fleet tracking platform, service companies have a powerful business tool to stand out in a competitive and crowded marketplace.

Mike Scarbrough, CEO of NexTraq, said, “The partnership between NexTraq and Vonigo is a natural fit as both solutions help service companies automate manual processes to increase revenue while decreasing overhead costs. We will continue to partner with industry leaders to offer our customers the most flexible and complete fleet tracking solution in the market today.”

Integration between NexTraq and Vonigo gives companies the ability to set up several locations/franchises to a single NexTraq account while customizing NexTraq integration by franchise/office. For more information on the NexTraq Fleet Tracking platform and its applications - Fleet Mobile, Fleet Metrics and Fleet Dispatch - please visit or call us at 800.358.6178.

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