KORE and VisTracks Partner to Streamline Regulatory Compliance in Fleet Management

Leading IoT Location-based Services Provider Enhances Electronic Driver Logs App

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CTIA Super Mobility Week 2016--KORE, the people powering IoT innovations and opportunities, today announced a partnership between Position Logic and VisTracks, a leading developer of tablet and cloud-based application for electronic driver logs (ELD), hours of service, and vehicle inspections. Position Logic’s location-based services will optimize “Hours of Service” management for fleet tracking solutions and businesses. Position Logic, a division of KORE, empowers businesses to create on-demand, branded, precision location-based solutions for business-to-business applications.

“Hours of Service” is a federal regulation pertaining to the hardware, software and rules related to monitoring and reporting driver behavior and vehicle conditions. VisTracks is only one of few companies certified by the U.S. Government for Hours of Service requirements. VisTracks services are fully integrated with tablets and vehicle hardware and share a common user interface.

“We are proud to partner with VisTracks, we believe this integration is a good fit for our customers,” said Hong Long, Vice President Technology, Advanced Applications. “Using the combined information for both of our platform will enable our customers to focus on daily operation without worrying about HOS compliance.”

“We are excited to partner with KORE,” said Abraham S. Levine, chief operating officer of VisTracks. “KORE, with its Position Logic Division, has an eco-system of customers and reseller partners ideally suited to offering a complete “Hours of Service” Solution integrated with Position Logic’s industry-leading location-based solutions.”

More information about VisTracks’ full suite of products can be found at www.vistracks.com.

More information about Position Logic can be found at www.positionlogic.com.

About Position Logic

Position Logic, a division of KORE, delivers the ability to create on-demand, branded, precision location-based solutions for business-to-business applications. KORE provides the people, expertise and technology to support the many visions of the IoT, from the Inspiration of Things to the Innovation of Things to the Internet of Things. Founded in 2003, KORE quickly rose to become the world’s largest managed network services provider specializing in Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications. Today, KORE is a global leader in software service and platforms that power the IoT, with millions of active on-network units. KORE is the brand powering other leading brands, including some of the world’s largest enterprise customers. KORE’s singular customer-centric focus is to identify and develop solutions that help clients realize IoT innovations and accelerate time-to-market schedules. KORE has over 350 people who serve customers in 110 countries, empowering new business models and opportunities to monetize the IoT. KORE: the people powering IoT.

KORE Position Logic software provides seamless location-based services (LBS) for businesses. For more information, visit www.positionlogic.com and www.koretelematics.com, read the KORE blog and connect with KORE on LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Vimeo.

About VisTracks

VisTracks is a leading provider of software and managed services for electronic logging of driver hours of services, electronic work orders, and other services which enable fleets large and small to benefit from compliance and increased efficiencies in an extremely easy-to-use driver app and back-office portal. Services are designed to be sold by fleet and telematics companies, as well as wireless carriers and other channels. For more information, visit www.vistracks.com.

All products/services and trademarks mentioned in this release are the properties of their respective companies.

KORE Contacts:
Joe Palladino or Maggie Fairchild, 781-684-0770
VisTracks Contact:
Abraham S. Levine, 612-889-5697

Source: KORE