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New eFleet Feature Lets Clients And Customers Link Up

Posted on February 2, 2010

Now emails a link to clients that displays real-time information on trip itinerary, flight status and driver phone number.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Richmond, B.C.-based Digital Dispatch (DDS) debuted a new fleet management software feature, designed specifically for affiliate work, at last week's International LCT Show in Las Vegas.

In addition to providing real-time vehicle tracking, wireless dispatching, order management, and in-vehicle credit card payment capability, eFleet software can now keep affiliates and trip planners even more closely connected to the trip status of their customers.

Clients receive an email with a link which opens a Web window displaying real-time information on trip status and enables vehicle tracking. Trip information such as flight status and a chauffeur's phone number also can be included.

More than 90,000 devices have been deployed worldwide for limousines, transit and paratransit, work truck and roadside assistance.

Digital Dispatch has 20 years of experience in turnkey wireless mobile data solutions.

ABOUT

DDS eFleet Services Inc. is a subsidiary of DDS Wireless International Inc.

DDS Wireless is a global provider of wireless mobile data solutions to multiple markets using state of the art technologies in real-time dispatching, vehicle location and tracking, as well as computerized routing and scheduling. Its offerings include mobile data computers, fleet management applications, communications infrastructure, project management, long-term customer support as well as multimedia mobile commerce systems for fleets.

Previously known as Digital Dispatch Systems Inc. a world leader in providing wireless data dispatch systems to the taxi market for over 20 years, the Company changed its name on March 4, 2008 and restructured its operations into four market focused businesses to facilitate diversification and growth, as well as effectively integrate the newly acquired businesses of Finland-based Mobisoft OY and Washington-based StrataGen Systems Inc.

Source: Nicole Schlosser, LCT Magazine

Related Topics: communications, computerized dispatching solutions, fleet tracking, flight tracking, gadgets, mobile internet, trip tracking

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