Know About Traffic Thru Your Mobile
In a world where everything can be easily accessed with just a couple of touches, many businesses do try to make sure that they services can be easily available to the market. For example, for auto parts store owners selling Ford Ranchero parts, they would like to make sure that their wares can be easily accessed and scrutinized by interested parties through the Internet. Or if you are an auto dealer, you can show off the vehicles you have available through various media.
What the ATX Group has to offer is actually the capacity for people to easily access information on navigating through various roads and areas. In fact, with the ATX Group being the second largest telematics provider in the world and in the automotive industry, any advances that this group has is no longer that surprising. Today, the ATX Group is offering the auto world navigation assistance through desktop communications and mobile gadgets.
Ingrid Dinsmore is the director for ATX’s navigation services. Dinsmore expresses, “Mobile consumers today demand real time data such as traffic flow and special store hours, and that can only be provided through a connected device. Enhancing the capability of any navigation unit by providing real time access to any type of content is one of our company’s core capabilities. With nearly a decade of experience in providing private labeled service to embedded telematics systems in vehicles, we’re just extending the connection beyond the car.”
You see, ATX Group also does work on a premise that the market is out for portable means of navigation. In fact, there are various devices and gadgets out that can be connected to real time data and information without having to go through various hassles. Dinsmore expands the thought by saying, “We can provide manufacturers of portable navigation devices a new service that offers a better alternative to the increasing competition they face from other types of devices.”
As an added thought, Dinsmore refreshingly shares, “Connectivity is the next logical step for personal navigation devices, expanding its usefulness beyond navigation and expanding its reach to interact with vehicles, the desktop computer and other devices.”
About the Author: Jason Moore, a 35 year old freelance writer from Austin, Texas. He also works as a marketing analyst for an established auto parts store in the country.