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GPS Insight releases new dashboard interface

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Several system tabs can now be customized to a user’s exact preference.

| August 29, 2011

GPS Insight, a provider of GPS tracking solutions for commercial and government fleets, has released its new GPS fleet tracking dashboard interface. Several system tabs can be customized to the user’s exact preference, and additional custom tabs can be configured and saved by all users.

GPS Insight introduces tabs along the top of the dashboard so that with one-click, each saved layout can be retrieved, providing a customized dashboard with the information that particular user needs. The new GPS tracking interface also includes a few initial standard layouts for typical areas: Mapping, Reports, Administration, and Custom.

Now it is even easier to drag, drop, and configure the exact functionality a user requires from a list of available dashlets, grouped into major categories. There are over 25 dashlets available, ranging from vehicle lists and maps to graphs, routing tools, Garmin dispatch, and alert monitors. Many custom dashlets have already been created for customers and GPS Insight’s architecture has helped them to modify or create new dashlets in as little as four hours to one week.

The overall GPS Insight menu layout has changed as well. The Mapping, Reports, Custom, and Administration tabs now have drop-down menus which make all GPS Insight options available with just a few clicks each. Additionally, most customer choices are remembered for the next time a customer needs to access that particular item. This saves time otherwise spent re-selecting options, date ranges, and vehicle groups. Each report also has a new modern look with improved summary data as well.

Additionally, mapping now includes real-time traffic, and the overall dashboard and maps are now significantly faster.

For a demonstration, click here.

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