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Vehicle impounding service extended

Compiled Logic : 06 May, 2008  (New Product)
Acquisition of DTS enables C:Logic to extend its service offering in the field of tracking and management of towed vehicles.
C:Logic has announced the acquisition of Newport Beach-based Dispatch & Tracking Systems (DTS), extending its portfolio of products and services for automated dispatching, tracking and management of towing.

An integrated C:Logic - DTS service offering will provide immediate relief to law enforcement agencies trying to "connect the dots" by sharing information across the towing lifecycle and with neighbouring jurisdictions. Voiceless dispatch, electronic vehicle holds and releases and a public web site for citizens to search for towed vehicles eliminate the need for downstream officer involvement after an initial tow request is submitted. Law enforcement will also benefit from visibility and oversight of private property towing, often more than 50% of non-consent tow volumes and a source for predatory and financial abuses. Recent changes in local ordinances and enacted laws like CA Assembly Bill #2210 (AB 2210) require the towing and storage industry to report private property towing.

"C:Logic's purchase of DTS represents an important milestone for the industry and specifically to those people impacted by non-consent towing," states DTS CEO Sushil Garg. "C:Logic's unified approach to managing both private property impounds and police-initiated towing from the incident through resolution will make the industry more efficient, improve customer satisfaction and allow the police to spend more time fighting crime, not pushing paper."

With over seven years of industry experience, DTS' solutions, Law Enforcement Tow System (LETS) and Tow Management System (TMS), have offered a superior approach to automating and managing disparate police-initiated towing processes. LETS offers a comprehensive solution that provides law enforcement agencies real-time access to tow-related services and complete tow coordination. Tow Management System (TMS) delivers a call management and dispatch tracking system designed specifically for tow operators looking to fully integrate their business. TMS and LETS information synchronization provide exception-based compliance oversight, unified billing, and simplified management of vehicle holds.

"We look forward to expanding our DTS relationship with Compiled Logic," said CEO John Wicker of AutoReturn. "The DTS solution is critical to our success as the leader in providing towing management and logistics services to municipalities."

C:Logic's C:VISTA patent-pending technology delivers a comprehensive, Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that streamlines dispatching and towing operations and enables information collaboration among area law enforcement, the towing and storage Industry and the general public. C:VISTA enables the electronic collection of all towing information, including those involving private property impounds, and the sharing of this information between jurisdictions.

"We are constantly looking for ways to increase the value delivered to our customers," states Lawrence Estes, CEO of C:Logic. "The close alignment of DTS's solutions and customer base reinforces our leadership in non-consent towing information-sharing and notification. The end result is that law enforcement can be more efficient, the towing and storage industry can meet compliance mandates and most importantly, a citizen can find their towed car."
After the purchase, DTS will become a wholly owned subsidiary of C:Logic and maintain an office in Newport Beach, California.
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