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SensLynx Announces New GPS Tracking Business Model for Independent Resellers

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In a recent release, SensLynx announced its new GPS Management Accelerator Program (GMAP), which is designed to enable start-ups and enhance existing business portfolios with the addition of tracking solutions. GMAP reportedly requires no upfront investment or inventory warehousing, and is structured to deliver recurring revenue via new sales channels, while also being compatible with legacy business models to capitalize on similar customer profiles.

“We believe in the entrepreneurial spirit,” said Rob Garry, Co-Founder and CEO, SensLynx.  “Not only does this Accelerator Program help us grow our IoT Fleet sector on a grass roots level, it inspires others to strike out on their own or expand.”

The GMAP program is built around SensLynx’s bundled solution components, which include Fleet & Asset Tracking, Electronic Logging Device, Routing Application, Video/DashCam capture and Workforce Management for smart phones. At the heart is its comprehensive fleet/asset tracking software, packed with features like Data Handling, Parsing, Database, Mapping, Alerting, Reporting, Dispatch, Maintenance Logging, e-Logs, Local Posted Speed Limits, Addressing, Geofencing, Interstate Miles, Open API-based software and more.

Senslynx’s GMAP program provides initial training, planning for roll-out, conducting telemarketing for launch, developing website content, providing custom branded marketing materials and online demo support, accessible through the GMAP Reseller Portal where businesses can also manage supply chain and customer accounts.

“We’ve worked hard to create a superior, all-encompassing, yet simple program that will ensure our resellers see measurable results in record time with dedicated support from us,” said Tom Maguire, Co-Founder, COO and CMO, SensLynx.


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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