Start your own GPS Tracking Business
We are actively helping companies around the world build GPS tracking businesses with GpsGate solutions.
We provide you with a first class GPS tracking platform, technical support, sales materials and other tools required for success. As a partner, you can offer re-branded GPS tracking solutions to end customers in your region. You manage your own customer base and provide value add to your end customers by offering device installation services, local support, and ancillary services.
Why GPS tracking?
The GPS tracking market is growing rapidly as companies and end users see increased value in tracking vehicles and assets. The main benefits are lowered costs, increased productivity and efficiency, theft prevention, and recovery of stolen assets.
There is an increasing demand for companies that offer GPS tracking services. In this growing market, new use cases and industries for tracking are being rapidly discovered.
GpsGate Server Platform
The GpsGate Server platform is well suited for tracking partners that need to manage multiple customers with varying requirements. One GpsGate Server can serve an unlimited number of customers separated from each other.
You can re-brand a GpsGate Server installation with your own corporate identity and localize it in your language. Your customers can login to the application from your home page, which offers you a valuable opportunity to cross-promote your other offerings.
You can meet different customer requirements and grow your offerings into new business areas with GpsGate Server. The platform supports over 600 tracking devices, making it easy for you to add new customers and help customers to migrate from other systems. GpsGate Server supports multiple maps, giving you the option to select the map best suited for your customers needs and budget.
Vehicle locations are available in real time in a web interface or on a smartphone. This enables operators to faster locate and dispatch emergency vehicles, easily find the most suitable vehicle for a delivery, and better answer customer inquiries. Real time tracking can also be activated on demand e.g. a vehicle is stolen or a person with a tracking device goes missing.
When a tracked object behaves unexpectedly, an alarm is sent to the appropriate recipient. This prevents vehicles from moving outside office hours, stops unnecessary idling, prevents heavy equipment leaving construction sites, and detects SOS situations. Incoming alerts often activate real time tracking for the object/asset in question to facilitate fast action to be taken on the alert.
Reports of fleet usage on a weekly or monthly basis are used to improve fleet efficiency, lower fuel costs, promote eco driving, and monitor/improve driver behavior. Customers use reporting to provide management with daily and/or weekly summaries of vehicle usage.
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The best way to get started is by getting a tracking device active on a GpsGate Server for a real test. Install your own GpsGate Server or sign up for a free GpsGate Cloud trial.
You can install the software on your own server hardware or have it hosted by us as a service. The model you choose depends on your technical skills and how you want to manage your solution. Both options offer a free trial. Learn more and start your free trial!
GpsGate Server supports many popular tracking devices for different needs. The device choice depends on what you are going to track and what devices you have access to in your region.
Vehicle tracking devices require mounting and they can be connected to vehicle signals (e.g. ignition switches, door contacts, and fuel level sensors) for additional functionality. Personal trackers, smartphone clients and laptop clients are easier to install, but lack some of the more complex functionality.
Read more about supported tracking devices here!
Partner pricing is available for GpsGate products to help you succeed with your business. Please contact us to discuss the possibility of partnership here.
If you need more information before you start testing GpsGate Server, these links are a good starting point: