New IAP service info for Transtech customers

TCA says all Transtech IAP customers must enter a new agreement with an IAP service provider


Transport Certification Australia (TCA) is calling all Transtech Driven customers to make sure they transition to either Navman Wireless Australia or any other IAP service provider to ensure using the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) services.

Transtech Driven, which is part of the Transtech group of businesses, was recently taken over by rival fleet management provider Navman Wireless.  

The purchase focussed on Transtech Driven Partnership, a joint venture by Creative System Professionals and Embaque Investments, that provides telematics and asset tracking solutions approved by the TCA.

The national body is now reminding all transport operators that receive IAP services from Transtech that will not be automatically moved to Navman and they must enter a new agreement with either Navman or any IAP service provider.

"Although Transtech Driven is continuing to provide IAP services to its existing IAP customers in the near-term, Transtech Driven’s IAP customers will need to transition to Navman Wireless Australia, or any other IAP service provider, to ensure they continue to receive IAP services into the future," TCA CEO Chris Koniditsiotis says.

More details in this matter are available in on the TCA website.

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