Defender 2.0 – GPS tracking web based solution from Skypatrol

US: Skypatrol a global mobile resource management solution provider has announced the launch of its next generation GPS tracking web-based solution, Defender 2.0. This new user-interface provides greater functionality and scalability in the automotive finance market segment.

Robert Rubin, CEO of Skypatrol, said: “I am thrilled to launch Defender 2.0 in the automotive finance market. Our new platform will raise the standards in this industry. We have spared no expense in investing in our backend with leading edge technology, which is designed to provide the best customer experience possible. This is not just good for our customers, it’s exceptional. We are proud to be a true innovator within this industry and our new application is evidence of our goal to be the software leader in the automobile finance space.”

The advanced software-as-a-service (SaaS) user-interface provides an innovated and intuitive look and feel that offers subprime automotive finance market the ability to easily meet the needs of their business by mitigating risks, cutting costs and maintaining control of their portfolio performance. This revolutionary new user-interface gives the first of its kind in functionality, which includes integrated customizable dashboard, customer payment notification, easy unit transfer tool, flexible scheduled commands, and one-click notification to repossession teams in the field. Additional enhancements include the usage of leading edge technology on the backend of the system for reliability assurance and scalability.

Mark Peters, Skypatrol’s Vice President of Sales, said: “Defender 2.0 is a direct result of understanding the challenges of our customers and striving to continually provide sustainable solutions. Our goal is to provide a solution that maximizes our customers’ profits and optimizes their organizational structure while reducing their operating expenses. We are excited to be able to provide a business intelligence tool that truly impacts our customers’ bottom line.”




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