Prestigious industry recognition for young company; puts AutoAlert in the same class as major auto industry players
London April 27, 2006 AutoAlert has been nominated for three Telematics Update Awards, known as a prestigious recognition in the auto industry.
It is a major accomplishment for the young company, as multiple nominations are generally quite rare.
“In the future, consumers are going to expect their vehicles to integrate seamlessly into their digital lifestyles,” says Ven Pedro, event director for Telematics Update Detroit 2006. “The Telematics Update Awards recognises those companies that are helping make this future a reality through innovative new products, solutions and services.”
An independent panel of wireless and automotive industry judges chose from hundreds of products and services to determine the top five in each category. AutoAlert was selected by this panel as a nominee in the following categories:
“We are thrilled to have received one nomination, let alone three.” says Richard Harris, Managing Director of AutoAlert. “Our vehicle tracking system is truly innovative and cost effective, so it is gratifying to have industry leaders recognize its value.”
The AutoAlert system is a comprehensive vehicle tracking service that uses a simple tracking unit and a standard mobile telephone. It features low up front costs, ease of use, and no monthly subscription fees, making it an ideal option for vehicle fleets ranging in size from one vehicle up to thousands of vehicles.
Founded in 2003, Autoalert is a leading provider of vehicle monitoring and protection systems for fleets and individual consumers. Its innovative system requires only an AutoAlert unit and a mobile telephone.
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