2007 Frost & Sullivan Mobility Awards Presented to @Road for Best Overall Mobile Field Service Automation Solution and Best Overall In-Vehicle Solution for Mobile Resource Management
@Road, a Trimble company and leading provider of end-to-end solutions for mobile resource management (MRM), today announced it has received the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Mobility Awards in the categories of Best Overall Mobile Field Service Automation Solution for @Road® Taskforce(TM) and Best Overall In-Vehicle MRM Solution for @Road® GeoManagerSM. According to Frost & Sullivan, the Mobility Awards are a unique set of awards that recognize industry leading products and services as voted on by the top editors and analysts that cover the mobile and wireless market.
"As a clear leader in end-to-end mobile resource management, @Road is on the forefront of developing innovative solutions designed to help businesses better manage their mobile workers as well as their mobile worker's work and assets in the field,” said Brent Iadarola, Mobile Communications Industry Research Manager with Frost & Sullivan, a global growth consulting company. "@Road's Taskforce field service automation solution and their GeoManager in-vehicle solution for mobile resource management are great examples of @Road's innovation and industry best practices. Both @Road solutions are equally deserving of the Frost & Sullivan awards and industry recognition.”
The recipients of the awards have excelled based on one or more of the following criteria:
- Significance of new product(s) in their industry
- Competitive advantage of new product(s) in their industry
- Product innovation in terms of unique or revolutionary technology
- Product acceptance in the marketplace
- New product value-added services provided to customers
- Number of competitors with similar product(s)
"The prestigious Frost & Sullivan Awards are a validation of our technology and showcase our ability to offer industry leading solutions for comprehensive mobile resource management,” said Ken Colby, @Road president and general manager. "We appreciate the recognition and look forward to delivering even more innovative MRM solutions that are designed to help businesses increase the productivity of their mobile workers, drive down field operating costs and improve their overall quality of service delivery and levels of customer satisfaction.”
About Frost & Sullivan
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@Road, a Trimble company, is a leading provider of solutions designed to automate the management of mobile resources and to optimize the service delivery process for customers across a variety of industries. @Road delivers Mobile Resource Management solutions in three key areas: Field Force Management, Field Service Management and Field Asset Management. By providing real-time Mobile Resource Management infrastructure integrating wireless communications, location-based technologies, transaction processing and the Internet, @Road solutions are designed to provide a secure, scalable, upgradeable, enterprise-class platform, and are offered in on-demand software delivery, on-premise or hybrid environments that can seamlessly connect mobile workers in the field to real-time corporate data. @Road is based in Fremont, Calif., and has a global presence with offices in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information on @Road solutions, visit www.road.com.
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