vWorkApp Wins Mobile Application of the Year

Auckland, New Zealand, July 23, 2011 --(PR.com)-- vWorkApp has been awarded TUANZ Mobile Application of the Year during a ceremony in Auckland last evening.

The annual event honours innovation across the New Zealand telecommunications sector and is attended by the "who's who" of the telecommunications industry. Judges commented: "vWorkApp delivers a strong business case for real-time work scheduling, allowing greater efficiency in field staff usage through access to smart phones by field operatives. vWorkApp has been exported to Australia and the United States. A wider range of the community can now take part in technology. Recovery of unbilled time is important for both small and large organizations."

Visfleet CEO, Brendon Petrich, said: "We are delighted with this industry recognition of what we are delivering to customers with vWorkApp. I think we can say the product is firmly established in the market - we can now look forward to growing our customer base significantly". vWorkApp has been developed for the global market and embeds Google Maps on both the web application and the smartphone - allowing managers to see all jobs and workers on one screen. Workers remit job information and their hours worked to ensure accurate and timely invoicing. The full version of vWorkApp charges a monthly licensing fee with no contract term, no up-front hardware costs, and no setup charges.

About VisFleet
VisFleet, based in Parnell Auckland, is a software company focusing on new generation Mobile Workforce Management services. Its services are delivered over the Internet using the Software as a Service model. Current products are vWorkApp and vTrack. The company is majority owned by Sam Morgan and employs 17 staff. High profile customers include Toll, Pace and McCarthy’s Transport.

Sam Morgan was the founder of Trade Me and is a director of Xero, Sonar6 and Fairfax Media.


VisFleet Ltd.
Brendon Petrich
+64 21 904 065