TomTom expands integration of fleet management solutions, Leipzig, 27.03.2013. TomTom expands its fleet management solutions integration and enables companies to make mobile applications more efficient. Through the open interface of the Bluetooth channel the TomTom LINK box installed in the vehicle, third-party developers are now able, new applications for use in the and to build the vehicle. With the integration of a wide range of mobile hardware devices, TomTom business solutions extends the functionality of its connected car technology. New applications provide companies with comprehensive information from their fleet, such as tire pressure sensors or temperature measuring instruments. The selection of available solutions will be further expanded by inviting developers to become part of the partner network. Our fleet management solutions integrate hundreds of Office systems already, now we will further extend our integration capabilities,”says Thomas Schmidt, managing Director of TomTom business solutions. Devices for capturing electronic signatures, bar code, companies can integrate scanners for an immediate confirmation to the headquarters or mobile printer for creating customer invoices and receipts.

TomTom thus focuses on the development of mobile or installed in-vehicle solutions and focuses on the growing demands of the market.” The development of partner applications that seamlessly integrate fleet management solution in the TomTom is of central importance for the TomTom strategy. Customers benefit from proven integration, reliability and a simple implementation. TomTom opens interfaces to the hardware as well as software and technology partners to develop integrated applications. LINK.connect allows exchanging data with the tracking device installed in the vehicle while WEBFLEET.connect transfers data to Office applications. Information from mobile devices can be found through the generated Comprehensive supplement data of TomTom fleet management solution. This allows companies, details such as time, location, vehicle and driver ID to assign certain actions, such as electronic signatures. Source: TomTom

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