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TomTom Telematics Partners With Brother To Provide Mobile Printing Solutions

By Maddy Price
Friday, December 2, 2016 - 09:16

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TomTom Telematics has selected ICT services provider Brother UK as its preferred print solutions partner for UK Webfleet customers.

Webfleet, TomTom Telematics’ fleet management system, is used by businesses of all sizes to help improve vehicle performance, save fuel, support drivers and increase overall fleet efficiency.

The new partnership will enable Webfleet customers in sectors such as concrete delivery and charity shop collection to produce documents such as order confirmations, invoices and delivery or returned goods receipts remotely using one of Brother UK’s specialist solutions.

Tony Papas, TomTom Telematics’ Strategic Alliance Manager UK and Ireland, said: “The main purpose of our fleet management systems is to help customers get better control and understanding of their operations in order to increase efficiencies and reduce costs. Brother UK has great experience in delivering the best mobile print solutions with the same goal, and we’re confident that the partnership will secure excellent results for businesses.”

Ged Cairns, Head of Auto ID solutions at Brother UK and responsible for the partnership with TomTom Telematics, said: “With our vast experience in the mobile print market and specialist product portfolio, we are perfectly positioned to provide tailored solutions to businesses with a need to print while on the road.

“TomTom Telematics helps customers ensure their fleets operate at maximum efficiency and our mobile print solutions will complement this by offering cost-effective, high-speed, quality printing.”

Brother UK’s portfolio of mobile print solutions features a variety of models, including the Pocketjet, Mprint and Rugged-Jet ranges, all of which enable high-speed, reliable and quality portable printing.

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