PRAGUE, Czech republic, June 15, 2007 -- GCWare Ltd., member of the YMS & GCWare Group, officially started full operation of its new standard of information systems for Fleet Controlling –Track 2.0 solution.
Track 2.0, also known as ITISTrack, is technologically completely innovated version of a modern system for real time fleet management. Optimized and modernized workflow matches high demands for constant vehicle and personnel tracking and management as well as for cargo security. It combines features that improve user comfort, reduce data flow and considerably save on telecommunication costs. The new solution is multiplatform, multilingual and able to be fully integrated with ERP or other enterprise information systems.
A natural feature of the solution is its easy customization to specific customer’s requirements and an intuitive user interface for both the dispatcher’s management unit and the driver’s mobile unit.
An advanced alerting and reporting system simplifies the whole administration and thus allows users to spend the saved time on customer care.
Commenting on the event, Petr Felkner, Sales director of GCWare Ltd. emphasized that international skills and knowledge of local needs are crucial for development of a solution capable of breaking-through on highly-competitive markets of European Union. Track 2.0 meets such requirements entirely and is designed for all logistic and transportation companies sharing the same ambitions.
YMS & GCWare Group is reputable provider of technical information systems, location intelligence systems and geospatial intelligence solutions for the government, intelligent transportation systems, asset management, mobile resource management, event management, utilities and location based services industries. Over the last 15 years it widened its geographical cover to more than 20 countries in 4 regions and focused its portfolio on sophisticated geo-enabled solutions taking advantage of the latest technology advancements in the fields of sensors, mobile computing, wireless networks and dynamic spatial data distribution. For more info see