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Activity Management, Inc. (AMI) Announces a Remarkable Innovation in Advanced Activity Management Called Insight

Thursday, September 20, 2007 General News J E 4
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GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich., Sept. 19 Activity Management,Inc. (AMI), a dynamic leader in GPS-based technologies for the business world,is pleased to announce an extraordinary new system called Insight. A powerfulsolution, Insight (patent pending), seamlessly blends premier technology andleading edge innovation to provide a superior Activity Management solution.

In today's fast paced corporate climate, many business and technicalprofessionals spend the majority of their day outside the office. AMI'sflagship product, Insight, gives management visibility into their employee'sday-to-day activities to increase productivity by providing real time data tothe handset.

AMI President, Patrick Beard, said "True to its name, Insight utilizesGPS-based hardware and software for tracking and reporting the weekly businessactivities of outside sales, IT professionals, or any employee that spendstime meeting clients outside the office. Insight is integrated with CustomerRelationship Management (CRM) applications so every client is identified byname and location and is documented within the Insight reporting system."

AMI is also now a member of the BlackBerry(R) ISV Alliance Program.Insight uses the built-in GPS capabilities of BlackBerry(R) smartphones, tomonitor the location of the handset. Utilizing the Insight software running onthe smartphone, location information is sent back to the AMI Data Center forprocessing and storage.

With over 20 years experience in managing sales teams and field serviceteams the people at Activity Management, Inc. understand the need for harddata to make the correct business decisions.

For additional information, contact AMI at (800) 408-5870 or visit theirWeb site at www.activitymanagementinc.com.

SOURCE Activity Management, Inc.
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