AT&T has announced the expansion of its TeleNav Track service that helps businesses improve field service, delivery, and sales through real-time employee location information. The service lets companies track the location of their employees in the field so that the nearest worker can be sent to a location for service.
The service doesn't require software or GPS on the mobile device in use and works with virtually all mobile devices, notebooks, and laptop cards running on the AT&T network. The tracking function is always running on the device and can’t be turned off by the employee.
AT&T says that the tracking service can even find employees inside of buildings. Pricing of the service is unspecified and the service will be available at the end of July.
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