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Netistix Technologies Invited to Present at National Transportation Summit

May 16, 2005

OTTAWA, CANADA — Netistix Technologies Corp., a firm that has developed a system that wirelessly monitors vehicle performance and maintenance conditions in automotive fleets, announced on May 12 that the company has been invited to speak at the National Transportation Summit being held June 9-10 in Toronto.John Woronczuk, Netistix vice president of marketing and sales, will deliver the presentation at the Summit. Woronczuk will be speaking about emerging fleet management and tracking technologies and their ability to reduce costs and increase capabilities.“Fleet managers are quickly recognizing that wireless information technologies are offering them new and effective means to monitor the performance of their vehicles,” said Woronczuk. “The Netistix FleetPulse product gives fleet managers a new way to collect important data quickly and easily that helps them to reduce their costs in a number of important areas.”
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