Verizon Connect introduces asset tracking device

Verizon Connect introduces asset tracking device

Verizon Connect has introduced a new asset tracking solution that the company says is easy to conceal, self-install and self-manage. According to Verizon Connect, this device was designed to help customers who are running their mobile business on the Verizon Connect Reveal fleet management platform reduce theft, improve equipment utilization and billing, and reduce equipment downtime with a replaceable battery. The device allows users to remotely locate and monitor the status, location, productivity and other key metrics helps provide a return on an investment in what is oftentimes high-value machinery.

According to Verizon Connect, the new asset tracker device was built for easy self-installation, customizable check-in rates, and the replaceable battery significantly extends the life of the device and its value, according to the company. Now, generators, trailers, storage containers, yellow iron and other equipment can be located and managed remotely—as well as their vehicles, drivers and jobs—online through the Verizon Connect Reveal fleet management platform or the Verizon Connect Spotlight app.

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