News By Tag
News By Location
Quartix vehicle tracking - new user interface revealed!
UK's leading vehicle company upgrades software including Google maps
The award-winning system now boasts a new look and optimised usability which enables customers to navigate easily between the different features. Users can access Google Maps (with its Map, Satellite, Street View options and full zoom levels) directly from any online log along with the live tracking (http://quartix.co.uk/
As well as the new design, some features have been entirely reviewed and released in new, easier to use formats, such as the interactive Daily and Weekly Route Charts which are now fully available online and no longer require to be downloaded.
Andy Kirk, Quartix Sales & Marketing Director, is delighted to announce these changes:
“At Quartix we are constantly striving to offer the best system to our customers – we invest a great deal in development to make sure our users have access to the latest technology and all the tools are optimised for their needs. The Quartix system is renowned for its ease of use and this development takes it to a new level of simplicity. The new user interface will enable users to gain the information they need even more quickly – saving them time and money every day.”
More about Quartix
Founded in 2001, Quartix (www.quartix.co.uk)
Today, more than 4,000 customers across a wide range of sectors – including government organisations, housing associations, construction firms, hospital trusts, the emergency services, SMEs and large British brands – use the online service, while the company’s unique, own-design tracking system has been installed in more than 55,000 vehicles.
The robust Quartix system is renowned for its ease of use, and offers a wide range of features including live tracking and alerts, as well as comprehensive fleet management reporting.
With a network of over 100 experienced engineers, the award-winning Quartix system is available throughout the UK.
For further information regarding Quartix vehicle tracking systems (http://quartix.co.uk/