Motorola signs partnership with TABLETmedia


CES Wireless and TABLETmedia have partnered to enable the
support of Motorola’s new line of professional digital wireless systems.


POWER-trak3, the enterprise fleet management solution
from CES, provides fleet managers with a rich set of software tools to
effectively manage their fleets, including vehicle tracking, fleet visibility,
maintenance, job ticket dispatching and integration to non-CES vertical market
software platforms.


Fleet operators are clearly focusing on critical
initiatives that give them better efficiencies,” said Pat Lohan, vice-president
of Sales and Marketing, CES Wireless.  


The integration between CES and the Motorola digital
wireless platform enables public safety, security and fleet managers to
conveniently migrate from analog two-way radio or cellular wireless systems
without compromising existing systems when using CES fleet management software.


Further, intelligent GPS has now proven to dramatically
lower fleet operating costs. For a 50-vehicle fleet owner, saving a gallon of
gas every day can add $350,000 to the bottom line over 5 years. With MOTOTRBO,
CES and TABLETmedia tightly integrated, you get voice, GPS and controlled


We are very pleased to formalize a product relationship
with CES Wireless, particularly because of the company’s long-standing
reputation and dedication in offering valuable solutions to its customer base.
With the iTalkie solution, POWER-trak3 users can benefit from using the most
advanced digital 2-way radios, which not only provide great voice quality and
low battery consumption but also include GPS, messaging and other data
capabilities,” said Alessandro Gatti, president of TABLETmedia.


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