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Wireless Matrix Adds 1,000 Leak Detection Customers to GPS Fleet Tracking Application

1/16/09 - Wireless Matrix (TSX:WRX) announced that the company has received purchase orders to add an additional 1,000 subscribers with a key service provider. The cable service provider will deploy Wireless Matrix's FleetOutlook solution within its operational area in the south. The cable service provider will implement FleetOutlook to support automation of workforce management through use of GPS and integration with existing functionality already provided by CSG Systems.

In addition, the cable service provider will address reduction of idle time and integration of leak detection devices with GPS functionality.

"This is a key win for the company in the cable vertical," said J. Richard Carlson, president and CEO of Wireless Matrix. "It underscores the high value FleetOutlook delivers, especially when integrated with applications cable companies already use daily in their operations. Such integration leverages existing investment and creates the potential for exponential downstream value for these strategic clients."

The subscribers include both FleetOutlook application and vehicle wireless communications users.

FleetOutlook is hosted by Wireless Matrix and delivered as "software-as-a-service". It combines vehicle communications, GPS location and mapping capability, and vehicle monitoring and reporting to improve fleet performance and reduce operating costs. FleetOutlook allows customers to increase fleet efficiency and safety, reduce expenses, control fuel costs, and do more with their existing fleet assets.

By Robert Hoskins

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