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Spireon Enhances GPS Solution

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Spireon has enhanced the Recovery Link feature for its GoldStar GPS solution.
Using the feature, dealers can automatically send locator links on lapsed vehicles to recovery agents via text or email in one step.
An updated application shares both vehicle location history and current location data with recovery agents. The mobile responsive design means the information can be clearly viewed on a smartphone or tablet computer.
 With Recovery Link, recovery agents only have access to vehicle location and information that is deliberately shared. Additionally, dealers can restrict access to the vehicle location after recovery by manually or automatically suspending the link, which otherwise expires after 30 days.

Last modified on Monday, 20 March 2017 23:24

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