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Telogis Releases Major Location Intelligence Platform Upgrade With Telogis Fleet 10

Next Generation of Telogis' Fleet 10 Increases Safety and Fuel Efficiency While Improving Mobile Access and Integration

ALISO VIEJO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/20/12 -- With industry mandates to reduce fuel costs and simultaneously increase productivity and driver safety, Telogis releases Fleet 10, the industry standard for reliable and scalable fleet management, and an integral part of Telogis' comprehensive cloud-based location intelligence platform for companies that require dynamic routing, real-time work order management, navigation, telematics and mobile integration services for their mobile workforces.

"With the release of Fleet 10, Telogis continues to redefine the industry standard by taking feedback from our customers and delivering the kinds of features and functionality they require to be competitive," said Mark Wallin, vice president of product management, Telogis.

Safety, Above All

Based on customer feedback, driver saftey is one of the highest priorities for field operations. Among the new safety features in Fleet 10 is the Telogis Driver Scorecard™ option, which provides comprehensive metrics to help companies identify trends in driver behavior over time to positively impact safety. The upgrade to Fleet 10 generates new, easier-to-read reports on activities and behaviors that are critical to driver safety including hard braking, hard acceleration, excessive speeding, speeding vs. posted speed limit, seatbelt use and after-hours vehicle use, and gives drivers improved in-cab alerts in real-time to help encourage safe driving habits.

Mobility: Accessing Mission-Critical Information, Anywhere, Anytime

To meet the demands of mobile workforces and their supervisors in and out of the office, Fleet 10 includes Telogis Supervisor, a new mobile app for smartphones and tablets that allows field supervisors access to information about their teams in the field, helping them to make quicker decisions throughout the day based on location and vehicle information as plans and needs evolve.

Compatible with virtually all mobile devices, Telogis Supervisor is location aware, allowing it to show the user where they are in relation to other vehicles and assets within their organizations, and see important data such as customer information, driver data, recent stops and histories, and the vehicle that may be nearest to a specific job. Telogis Supervisor also allows users to view Geographic Information Systems (GIS) layers on their mobile devices, giving them access to information such as weather and traffic detail.

Fuel Usage Monitoring + Fuel Card Reporting = Greater Fuel Efficiency

New to Telogis Fleet 10 are next-generation fuel monitoring technologies that combine telematics and fuel card reporting, bringing greater visibility to a business' fueling activities. Fleet 10 also helps companies reduce fuel spend by providing actionable information that allows managers to identify potential fuel shrinkage by using match reports and miles-per-gallon (mpg) data. Earlier this year Telogis announced its first integrated fuel card partnership and the introduction of the Telogis Universal Premium Fleet Card powered by FleetCor. Using the fuel card in conjunction with Fleet 10 makes reporting more streamlined and accurate, and helps reduce unauthorized fuel card use with the ultimate goal of driving down total fuel expense.

Above and beyond: Telogis Fleet 10's Advanced Features

The latest version of Telogis Fleet 10 also offers the level of advanced functionality that customers have come to expect from the Telogis platform, including real-time traffic and weather, advanced compliance reporting, extensive vehicle histories and personnel management functions, asset management, ad-hoc reporting, custom GIS layers, satellite street views, geofencing and asset security features, etc.

Additional new feature sets that are available within the Telogis Fleet 10 product include:

  • Seamless integration with the industry's leading enterprise infrastructure systems allowing operations managers to easily share reports created in the Telogis platforms throughout their organizations
  • Advanced temperature monitoring and reporting supported by diagnostics, hardware and sensor upgrades
  • Enterprise dashboards with simple drill-downs, graphs and trends, plus the ability to custom-design reports that help define areas of progress and those that require additional training or attention
  • Availability of Telogis Live for storms and war rooms, extending visibility of the Telogis platform to partners and third party vendors during emergency response scenarios

For more information on Telogis Fleet 10 visit www.telogis.com/fleet10 or call 1-866-835-6447.

About Telogis
Telogis, Inc., the platform for location intelligence, is dedicated to enhancing the value of its customers' businesses through intelligent integration of location technology, information and services. Telogis was established in 2001 and is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif., with offices in Europe and Latin America as well as development centers in Austin, Texas; Toronto; and Christchurch, New Zealand. Telogis' products and services are used and distributed in more than 100 countries worldwide. To learn more about Telogis, visit www.telogis.com or call toll free at 866-TELOGIS (866-835-6447).

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