Trak N Tell Secures Over 20000 Vehicles With its Vehicle Telematics Solutions – News18

Safeguarding vehicles and their owners on the Indian roads, Trak N Tell has fared well, empowering over 20,000 vehicles on the Indian roads. One of India’s leading players in integrated telematics systems, Trak N Tell has equipped vehicles from Kargil to Kanyakumari and from Porbandar to Chongkham (Assam). Outside of India, its devices are being used in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Cameroon, Rwanda and USA.

Pranshu Gupta, Founder & CEO, Trak N Tell commented, “More than the numbers we have achieved, we are absolutely delighted to see the increasing awareness on vehicle telematics. With the increasing number of threats on the road and car theft cases, the need of vehicle intelligence is increasing by the day. Furthermore, with the passenger vehicle segment increasing at a rapid speed of 10.09 per cent, our business prospects are only expanding, and we are ready and look forward to serving the market.”

By incorporating features like Impact Alert Calling, Real-Time tracking, Panic Button, and Over-speeding alerts, the company hopes to create an ecosystem which not only makes vehicles secure but also promote responsible driving. Additionally, it aims at revolutionising the conventional outlook of Telematics in the Indian market.

Furthermore, the company also provides its unique products – Intelli7 & Intelli7+, which have been created with the aim to delve beyond technical aspects. Through years of research on human behaviour and associated needs, while driving, the company ensures key aspects like the safety of kinfolks as well as the reduction in car theft and threat with this product.

First Published: June 15, 2017, 1:21 PM IST

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