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Overview

The BlackBerry Radar family of products is an all-encompassing asset tracking solution that gives fleet assets such as trailers, vans, containers, flatbeds, chassis and equipment the intelligence to securely communicate in near real-time. The BlackBerry Radar solution includes:

  • An easy-to-install and low maintenance device.
  • Industry-specific web-based applications for powerful and intuitive business analytics.
  • Cellular connectivity and continuous product improvements via regular over-the-air software updates.

eWorkOrders is an easy to use, affordable and powerful, web-based CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) solution that helps organizations easily manage & report on daily operations and plan for future requirements.

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Sample Customers
Contract Transport Services, Titanium Transporation Group, Pana Pacific, Alom Equipment, Polaris Transporation Group, Matson Logistics
sanofi, honda, KFC, McDonald’s

BlackBerry Radar is ranked 18th in Enterprise Asset Management while eWorkOrders CMMS is ranked 7th in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS). BlackBerry Radar is rated 0.0, while eWorkOrders CMMS is rated 0.0. On the other hand, BlackBerry Radar is most compared with , whereas eWorkOrders CMMS is most compared with .

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