SiriComm has announced an agreement with TransCore to resell the company’s InTouch wireless Internet access service and utilize the network for its new digital advertising application.
TransCore will market SiriComm’s InTouch service through various mediums such as its DAT load board network located in more than 1,200 truck stops nationwide. TransCore will offer InTouch to its existing customer base of more than 15,000 users and in exchange will receive monthly commission fees. The InTouch service currently is available at more than 470 truck stops nationwide.
SiriComm also will provide TransCore with Internet access for its new digital signage service at truck stops where the two companies collocate, with the opportunity to expand as needed. “This initial agreement is the tip of the iceberg for our organizations,” says David Mendez, executive vice president of SiriComm. “TransCore will always be a major player as we continue to identify and secure new applications, and use our expanding network to deliver them to the industry.”
“Securing an affiliate partnership with SiriComm is the perfect fit for TransCore as we offer the largest network of load boards in the nation, and SiriComm provides Internet access in many of the same sites, allowing us to expand our services,” says Don Thornton, general manager of TransCore Freight Business Services. “The stage is set for us to continue providing the highest-quality service to our users.”