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Trakm8 make SWIFT even better

Trakm8 have released the latest update of their SWIFT web portal to increase usability, performance and functionality.

Amongst other changes to SWIFT, the latest version sees the web portal configured for historical web browsers which is vital for local authorities and large corporate organisations which have IT constraints. Other improvements see new reports added and the ability to hide a combination of POI types which improves performance.

Also included is one click immobilisation of vehicles and assets with instant pop up notification through Trakm8 Secure. Vehicles are now easier to identify on the map as they flash when hovered over in the Livetrack function.

John Watkins, Trakm8’s Chief Executive, said: ‘We are in the process of upping the ante with a series of exciting new releases for SWIFT during the year. It is now more user friendly than ever, faster and offers so much more to our customers.

‘We have implemented a few changes behind the scenes that have made SWIFT slicker, but also customers will see a great improvement in both functionality and performance. SWIFT’s renowned usability is still as high as it was, ensuring our customers can get all the information they need from it.’

SWIFT is available in four packages, SWIFT Premier, Advanced and Classic; and Trakm8 Secure. Premier is Trakm8’s flagship product and allows customers to see how efficient their fleet is through monitoring driver behaviour. SWIFT Advanced is ideal for medium sized fleets ensuring they receive the key information they need in an efficient manner, and SWIFT Classic is ideal for smaller fleets who require simple track and trace. Trakm8 Secure offers fleet managers peace of mind as it ensures vehicles are safe and sound, by offering a combination of alerts, reports and remote immobilisation.

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