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Voyager Offers GPS-Based Fleet Management System

April 5, 2002

Vericom Technologies and U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Systems have formed a strategic alliance enabling U.S. Bank Voyager to begin offering an advanced global positioning satellite (GPS)-based fleet management service to new and existing customers. The product, called “Voyager Path Manager,” is a new GPS-based fleet management solution powered by Vericom Technologies, which enables companies to cost-effectively collect and analyze detailed fleet data involving driver and company fleet performance and productivity.Voyager Path Manager gives companies the ability to: Monitor vehicle and fleet activity, such as location, frequency and vehicle speeds, to reduce fuel and maintenance costs, as well as accident/incident costs. Record vehicle location throughout the day, providing easy analysis of specific routes, duration of stops, time between stops, and out-of-route movements. Optimize routes and increase driver productivity. Verify and improve customer service, providing an automatic recording of delivery time at specific customer locations. Ensure driver and vehicle safety through tracking of vehicle location and use as desired.For information, visit Voyager’s Web site at
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