Qualcomm revamps website, customer portal; announces Pana-Pacific collaboration

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Updated Oct 21, 2011

Qualcomm, a provider of integrated wireless systems, applications and services to transportation and logistics companies, announced the re-launch of the Qualcomm Enterprise Services public website and the new customer portal, which will be available with the commercial release of the MCP50 in early 2012.

The company says both sites will deliver a high-quality experience for customers while also providing unique tools for prospective customers to determine the value and ideal usage of Qualcomm’s telematics systems for their fleets.

Based on direct feedback from customers, both portals use intuitive layouts, allowing for efficient communication and rapid transaction time. The revamped public site gives fleets exploring Qualcomm’s product and service offerings easy-to-use tools to quantify the costs and benefits of Qualcomm products. Additionally, it offers the Safety Knowledge Center, an in-depth education resource for fleets providing key information on electronic on-board recording systems, compliance and safety matters.

The soon-to-be-released customer portal will provide enhancements to customer’s operational transactions with increased system performance, as well as allow users to take advantage of self-service options and remain up-to-date with all relevant Qualcomm product news and updates, the company says.

Qualcomm also announced a distribution agreement with Pana-Pacific, an established supplier and engineering partner to the commercial vehicle market, that allows Pana-Pacific to market and resell Qualcomm’s Mobile Computing Platform Products (MCP) and fleet management systems to the transportation and logistics market.

A highlight of the agreement is the inclusion of the MCP50, a new lower priced entry in the MCP family, which delivers Qualcomm’s industry applications for fleet management with a focus on safety and compliance to companies of all sizes.

The MCP50 delivers Qualcomm’s safety and compliance applications, along with individually selected flexible and competitive pricing plans, to create applications tailored to the specific requirements of each transportation enterprise. The MCP50 will ship in early 2012 with a suggested retail price of $799.

“We are very excited to collaborate with Pana-Pacific to provide their customers with a telematics solution that will improve fleet safety and compliance at an affordable price, said Norm Ellis, vice president of sales, services and marketing for QES.