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Networkcar Signs Reseller Agreement with Johnson Industries for Fleet Management System

June 22, 2004

Networkcar, a Reynolds and Reynolds company, announced on June 9 that it has signed an agreement with Johnson Industries (JI), a wholesale distributor of automotive parts. Johnson Industries will market Networkcar’s fleet management system to its customers including shipping companies, automotive dealerships and rental car outlets to name a few. Networkcar’s system collects and organizes detailed performance and location-based information directly from a vehicle's engine computer and global positioning system (GPS). This information is then transmitted from the vehicle and made available online for fleets to monitor items such as current location, mpg, mileage, and speed at the click of a mouse. Networkcar’s technology is compatible with virtually all cars manufactured since 1996 and trucks manufactured since 1988.
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