Omnitracs Telematics to be installed in Iron Mountain fleet

Omnitracs Telematics to be installed in Iron Mountain fleet

Omnitracs Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc. and provider of integrated wireless systems, applications and services to transportation and logistics companies, announced that Iron Mountain Inc.

Omnitracs Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc. and provider of integrated wireless systems, applications and services to transportation and logistics companies, announced that Iron Mountain Inc. will install Omnitracs’ Mobile Computing Platform 50 (MCP50) across its North American fleet. The telematics technology will help the storage and information management company to serve more customers over fewer miles, optimizing its service delivery and improving its environmental sustainability.

Iron Mountain will add the systems to its North American fleet of more than 2,500 vehicles, collecting data like vehicle speed and acceleration rates on roughly 8.5 million trips annually. The Omnitracs MCP50 platform and mobile fleet management applications will help Iron Mountain to improve customer service, promote safer driving practices and augment its chain of custody for securing information in transit. Iron Mountain plans to roll out Omnitracs’ end-to-end fleet management solutions across its North American fleet over the next year and a half.

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