Management & Operations

Clever Devices' dispatch product honored

Posted on May 7, 2013

Clever Devices Ltd. has been awarded a prestigious LISA award from the Long Island Software and Technology Network for the second year in a row. CleverCAD, Clever Devices’ industry-leading Computer-Aided Dispatch product, has received the 2013 Long Island Software Award, which recognizes innovative software solutions developed by Long Island technology companies that advance the software industry.

In 2012, Clever Devices received this award for its AVM (Automatic Vehicle Monitoring) solution.

Introduced in 2010, CleverCAD is a comprehensive transit service management solution that allows transit systems to manage operations and fleets via a central control center. It organizes and provides access to fleet and operational data, which improves communication and efficiency.

"CleverCAD is a cornerstone of our product offering and we are continually seeking ways to enhance it to meet our customers’ evolving needs,” said Frank Ingrassia, president/CEO of Clever Devices. “We are delighted that the LISTnet has recognized that the significant investment we have made in this product has resulted in a truly distinctive and innovative solution.”

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