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SinglePoint, DoubleMap partner for SingleTRAK

Posted on October 14, 2014

SinglePoint Communications will be a resale partner of DoubleMap in North America. The DoubleMap solution will be used to power SingleTRAK,SinglePoint’s software that provides real-time bus and train location details via the passengers' Web browser or handheld device.

“We’re looking forward to this partnership,” said Ilya Rekhter, DoubleMap CEO. “We know that our solution will both enhance and simplify the transit experience for SinglePoint’s customers by providing the real-time information they’re looking for in a seamless way.”

DoubleMap’s solution, as featured in SingleTRAK, includes:

  • CAD/AVL dispatch/routing module
  • Real-time passenger information module (apps/website/passenger modules)
  • History report module and on-time performance reporting

“DoubleMap will bring all of the great features people are looking for to our SingleTRAK solution,” said Rob Taylo, SinglePoint CEO. “SingleTRAK makes it so easy for passengers to determine when the next bus or train will arrive.”

Both SinglePoint (5564) and DoubleMap (5665) are at EXPO.

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