DCS and IT&E have announced a partnership to bring cloud-based fleet management solutions to business and residential consumers in Guam and the CNMI.
The DCS product MiFleet is now available in Guam and the CNMI. It allows businesses and residents to track vehicles and assets using IT&E’s cellular network.
“Partnering with IT&E fits our strategy of providing best-in-class, end-to-end cloud-based Internet of Things [IoT] solutions to cellular carriers,” said Mike Lawless, EVP Sales of DCS. “Our goal is to deliver simple, network -ready, turnkey 4G IoT solutions that allow carriers such as IT&E to stay on the cutting edge of technologies for the IoT market.”
MiFleet features include trailer tracking, fuel monitoring, driver ID, notifications, ELD, geofencing, engine diagnostics, driver behavior, ignition on/off and instant visibility.
“Our partnership with DCS allows us to broaden our offerings to meet the unique needs of our subscribers,” said Jim Oehlerking, CEO of IT&E. “At IT&E, we proudly deliver world-class products and services as we continue to innovate and expand the capabilities of our network.”
With MiFleet, IT&E enterprise subscribers can track their assets to ensure federal or local compliance, increase employee accountability, reduce costs and increase efficiency. Residential use includes vehicle track and trace functions.
DCS was founded in San Diego California in 2008 as the Motorola embedded module house for Northern America. For more than 10 years, DSC has expanded to offer cellular modules, routers, modems and gateways from the best of breed cellular manufacturers. Today, the company specializes in comprehensive IoT platform solutions that help companies reduce time, effort and cost whilst developing their IOT platforms.
For almost 30 years, IT&E has been delivering connections that matter. IT&E serves more than 80,000 subscribers on the widest 4G LTE Data Network in Guam and the Marianas.