Terion becomes a reseller

Calling an end to its wireless driver messaging service, Terion Inc. says it will offer current Mobile Messenger and Mobile Workstation customers an alternative service. The move is intended to allow Terion to concentrate on its FleetView trailer-tracking business. Under an agreement announced late last month, Terion will act as a reseller for Qualcomm Inc., offering its customer base OmniTRACS and

Calling an end to its wireless driver messaging service, Terion Inc. says it will offer current Mobile Messenger and Mobile Workstation customers an alternative service. The move is intended to allow Terion to concentrate on its FleetView trailer-tracking business.

Under an agreement announced late last month, Terion will act as a reseller for Qualcomm Inc., offering its customer base OmniTRACS and OmniExpress in-cab wireless data services. The term of the agreement is described only as “a limited time.”

“As a result of market conditions in the trucking sector and after an exhaustive review of Terion's core strengths and goals for the future, we have determined that our resources are better utilized by capitalizing on the success of our FleetView product,” says Ken Cranston, who was appointed as company president at the time of the restructuring. Previously, he served as vp-sales and marketing.

“We intend to leverage off of our technical capabilities and the strong competitive position we have earned to ensure that we remain the trailer tracking vendor of choice in the transportation industry sector and a key player in supply chain management,” Cranston says.

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