SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif., Aug. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fleet Management Solutions (FMS) today announced it has been named to the Pacific Coast Business Times list of the area's fastest-growing public and private companies in the Tri-Counties – San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura – over the past two years. FMS ranks No. 14 on the list of the top 50 fastest growing companies.
"FMS vehicle tracking solutions are uniquely based on the Iridium® satellite network which is necessary to maintain reliable data transmission for companies that need to track vehicles 24/7/365 days a year, in remote locations of the world" said Cliff Henley, Founder and CEO of FMS. "Identifying and fulfilling this unique market need, has allowed FMS to execute on its growth strategy during economically challenging times. We are extremely pleased to be recognized for our contribution to the community and the continued growth of the fleet management market."
The August 26th edition of the Pacific Coast Business Times features a special editorial section containing an in-depth profile of FMS. The issue also contains feature articles that highlight various strategies these companies have put in place to achieve growth.
FMS is a recognized leader in GPS fleet tracking and All-Satellite Mobile Resource Management. FMS solutions reduce risk, improve safety and security, and optimize fleet operations with real-time, all-satellite GPS tracking and fleet monitoring.
About Fleet Management Solutions
Fleet Management Solutions, Inc. (www.fmsgps.com) systems deliver measurable improvements in asset utilization, fleet safety and security, and productivity with rapid ROI. FMS serves customers in government, military, energy, construction, mining and logistics industries.
In 2010, FMS combined businesses with Teletrac, Inc. (www.teletrac.net), headquartered in Garden Grove, CA. The combination of FMS' market-leading, satellite-based tracking solutions for remote mobile assets and Teletrac's award-winning fleet management and vehicle tracking technologies, has resulted in a broad, complementary product portfolio. This is enabling FMS and Teletrac to facilitate the adoption of these new technologies by organizations that have multiple fleets and/or mixed fleets with varying requirements for security, communications, ruggedness, price sensitivity, and timely access to data.
Together, FMS and Teletrac are serving more than 10,000 fleets of all sizes, equipping and tracking more than 200,000 vehicles in more than 75 countries.
SOURCE Fleet Management Solutions