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AngelTrax expands operations to the Midwest

Posted on March 11, 2014

NEWTON, Ala. — AngelTrax announced on Monday that it will expand its operations into the Midwest with the opening of its new operations center in southern Indiana.

The expansion will enable the mobile surveillance system supplier to introduce new solutions in a larger, more central market, according to the company.

“This is a natural next step for AngelTrax,” President Richie Howard explained. “We have experienced steady growth in the mobile surveillance industry from our beginning, and our new presence in the Midwest promises new opportunities and incredible potential for the future.”

Located in Jeffersonville, Ind., the new offices will accommodate staff members of the company’s recently expanded marketing department, under the direction of Marketing Director JoBeth Fink, and will function as a regional hub of operations for continued development.

With patented technologies engineered to improve efficiency and protect the innocent, AngelTrax is entering new vertical markets such as driver behavior management and law enforcement, company officials said.

Employing resources in the new location, AngelTrax is currently preparing to introduce a driver safety system that is designed for fleets to make the roads safer. Operating with an enhanced algorithm for improved driver behavior management, this solution will focus on rewarding or correcting driver behavior and increasing fleet efficiency.

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