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In an ultra competitive field, GPS telematics platforms have once again shown why they are considered to be one the most effective fleet management software solutions available on the market.
The Fleet Director software platform was named Best Enterprise Product of the Year, Software at the 2013 Best in Biz Awards, an honor that comes from the only independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts.
The platform is used by approximately 20,000 fleets of all sizes to track more than 200,000 vehicles in 87 countries, and the software provides fleet owners a way to save time and money while also reducing carbon emissions.
Drew Hamilton, Executive Vice President of Teletrac, said the entire company was honored to be recognized by so many prominent members of the business and technology industries.
"It has been a very big year for Teletrac and as we continue our growth and innovation, we take pride in the acknowledgment of our dedication in creating products that help businesses become more successful,” Hamilton said.
The Best in Biz Awards program centers on companies based or operating in North America and had the greatest amount of awards submissions to date.
The third annual Best in Biz Awards received more than 500 entries from a wide array of public and private companies of all sizes and from a variety of industries in the United States and Canada. Teletrac joins past Best in Biz winners such as Eloqua and Citrix in the enterprise product of the year category.
“This year’s Best in Biz Awards nominees offer services and products that reflect the most current trends in technology, from cloud computing through mobile devices to network connectivity,” said Samara Lynn, lead analyst of networking and business at PC Magazine. “Truly, all of the nominees and winners represent the ongoing innovation and trends in technology that we who cover the space see on a daily basis.”
Winners of Best in Biz Awards were determined by an independent panel of 51 judges from top-tier news, business and technology publications, as well as broadcast outlets and analyst firms.