Senslynx offers GPS tracking accelerator for businesses

July 13, 2018  - By
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The SensLynx GPS Management Accelerator Program (GMAP) can enable start-ups or enhance existing business portfolios with the addition of tracking solutions, the company said.

GMAP requires no upfront investment or inventory warehousing, and is structured to deliver recurring revenue via new sales channels, while also being compatible with legacy business models to capitalize on similar customer profiles.

Because SensLynx white labels its solutions under certain criteria, entrepreneurs earn significant margin on hardware sales, plus monthly subscription income from the customers they will own outright.

“We believe in the entrepreneurial spirit,” said Rob Garry, co-founder and CEO of SensLynx. “Not only does this Accelerator Program help us grow our IoT Fleet sector on a grass roots level, it inspires others to strike out on their own or expand.”

The GMAP program is built around SensLynx’s bundled solution components, which include Fleet & Asset Tracking, Electronic Logging Device, Routing Application, Video/DashCam capture and Workforce Management for smartphones.

At its heart is comprehensive fleet/asset tracking software, packed with features like data handling, parsing, database, mapping, alerting, reporting, dispatch, maintenance logging, e-logs, local posted speed limits, addressing, geofencing, interstate miles, open API-based software and more.

The complete bundled solution with software, hardware and data connectivity is packaged at one guaranteed monthly price.

Senslynx’s GMAP program includes initial training, planning for rollout, conducting telemarketing for launch, developing website content, providing custom-branded marketing materials and online demo support, accessible through the streamlined GMAP Reseller Portal where businesses can also easily manage supply chain and customer accounts.

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Tracy Cozzens has served as managing editor of GPS World magazine since 2006, and also is editor of GPS World’s sister website, Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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