Telenity Announces Version 2.0 of Canvas EPFS, Enterprise Resource Tracking Service

New Release Offers Powerful and Innovative Features, Including GPS Positioning, Geo-Fencing, Routing and Real-time Alerts

Monroe, CT – February 7, 2013 – Telenity (, a leading provider of innovative services and solutions for communications networks, today announced the version 2.0 of its Canvas® EPFS™, Enterprise Resource Tracking Service. Canvas EPFS lets SMBs and enterprises to take control of their fleet and field employees and maximize the value of their resources. Canvas EPFS allows its customers to track, communicate with and manage all their assets, across all device types, in real-time, anywhere. The product is redesigned from ground up to support the most advanced functionality set in asset tracking.

Telenity’s Canvas EPFS 2.0 enables enterprises and SMBs to locate, monitor and manage all their assets, including not only employees but vehicles as well, in a secure way using a simple Web browser without compromising user privacy and network security. Through a unified user interface, Canvas EPFS 2.0 customers can now easily add the vehicle type, varying from trucks to bicycles, to the system and track their whereabouts. The service uses both GPS and network-provided location data for positioning different kinds of assets. Canvas EPFS also allows instantaneous messaging between employees and managers.

“We continuously strive to offer services that deliver business value and insight,” said Osman Perksoy, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Telenity. “With Canvas EPFS 2.0, we are enabling mobile operators to offer their enterprise and SMB customers an innovative resource tracking and management service on all devices. The product provides new powerful features like geo-fencing, real-time alerts, routing, visual location histories, GPS positioning, and the ability to locate all vehicles and employees on a unified user interface.”

In addition to network based tracking, with added support for GPS positioning, Canvas EPFS allows devices with GPS chips to be located and tracked. Telenity offers a number of GPS devices that can be used with Canvas EPFS 2.0. These devices offer many powerful features, including:

  • GPS/AGPS positioning
  • Built-in rechargeable batteries
  • Support for various sensors; including temperature, humidity, and motion
  • Support for reading data from vehicles’ sensors through OBDII connection, such as fuel level, coolant temperature, speedometer, engine revision, etc.

Canvas EPFS 2.0 offers an enhanced user interface that is designed for speed and efficiency. It supports many powerful features, such as multiple map partner support, zoom, pan, map caching, satellite imagery, routing, per asset location history, periodic reporting, points of interest (PoI) support, radius and geo-fence alerts/rules, messaging, and task management.

Meet Telenity Executives at:

  • Mobile World Congress 2013, February 25-28, Stand 5G31 in Hall 5, Barcelona, Spain

The online company press kit can be accessed at Telenity Virtual Press Office for MWC 2013.

About Telenity

Telenity is a leading provider of innovative services and solutions for communications networks in emerging markets. With a portfolio of market ready software products, Telenity enables operators to unleash and monetize their network assets, and personalize services through location. Telenity’s revenue generating solutions include location middleware, partner management system, and location-based mobile marketing platform built with reusable service delivery components; location-based operator solutions for subscriber acquisition and customer experience management; messaging products including SMSC, MMSC, USSD and Messenger; innovative VAS such as people and resource finder, local tips and personalized call completion; and M2M solutions for device/connectivity management and service enablement. Headquartered in USA, Telenity’s customer base includes MNOs/SPs/APs serving over 600 million subscribers worldwide. Telenity partners with global and regional network equipment providers, system integrators and computing platform manufacturers. Learn more about Telenity’s Canvas® product portfolio at and download a copy of Telenity’s online newsletter Telescope.


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