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03 March 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970

Global telematics SaaS provider, Teletrac Navman, has launched its new fleet management software platform, DIRECTOR in the UK.

DIRECTOR is claimed to provide an ‘arsenal of data’ to help companies gain control of their assets and an in-depth look into their fleet’s operations. By structuring information in comprehensible, practical formats, the platform helps organisations analyse their vehicles’ performance and eliminate inefficiencies.

The system is built to respond to the expanding needs within local service, road transport and construction businesses. The platform adapts to levels of business growth, as reflected in three offerings – essential, professional and enterprise. Each edition ‘easily integrates’ into business operations by providing analytics tools.

“We are very excited to bring DIRECTOR to the market,” started Stuart Berman, Vice President and MD, Teletrac Navman Europe. “Our offering presents an intuitive interface that provides fleet managers the data they need to make important business decisions.”

Picture: DIRECTOR is said to structure information in comprehensible, practical formats reducing inefficiencies


Article written by Robin Snow | Published 03 March 2016


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