Deal will see Arrow Mobile sell the Mobile App Warehouse’s itrack solution
Communications solution provider Arrow Mobile Communications has partnered with global security solutions specialist itrack to provide lone worker protection and tracking solutions to its customer base.
Solutions specialist itrack, owned by former 20:20 Mobile business development director David Hinc’s Mobile Apps Warehouse business, is used by a number of organisations such as news corporations and oil companies to provide protection to lone workers who could find themselves in difficult situations.
As well as alerting businesses if an employee is in trouble, the java based application is also able to monitor the speed and distance travelled as well as locate the exact location of a company’s vehicles.
It functions with Symbian, Windows Mobile, Blackberry and Android operating systems.
Arrow sales director Jeremy Clarke said: “We chose itrack as our solution partner in this space because of the quality of their proposition, their impressive pedigree of existing clients and moreover, as the system is modular, we can tailor a tracking solution package to suit our clients’ exact requirements offering them excellent value for money.”
Arrow will begin selling the application immediately joining a growing base of resellers who already stock the application. It can also be purchased directly from the Mobile Apps Warehouse.
Hinc (pictured) said: “Arrow was impressed with the platform’s functionality, its compatability with Symbian, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and Android operating systems, and its ability to locate people, vehicles and assets.”