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UK based IoT startup LetsTrack launches in India

ANI  |  New Delhi[India] 

Lestrack, a revolutionary App to App and App to Device solution that goes way beyond just 'whereabouts' but also helps you gather quality information that can help you strategize, plan, manage and optimize things you do in your everyday life launches in India. Letstrack announces launch of its App and devices in India for B2C and B2B consumption.

Started and based at Stratford, East London UK, with a vision to make our society safer, happier and more productive, Letstack is reshaping and reorienting utility of Internet and (IOT) to next level.

Letstrack provides analyzed and crystallized practical, quality information served on smartphones, web browsers and emails in forms of push notifications, updates, reports and live feeds through easy to understand info-graphics and text for everyday consumption so as to benefit from it with ease.

Women and Child Safety, Automobile safety and optimization, Team and Fleet Management are few of the top concerns that will get immediate benefit, support and application from Letstrak App and Devices solutions.

Lestrack Kiddo, Letstrack Personal Tracker, Letstrack Bike Series, Letstrack Basic+ and Letstrack Prima are few of the key Devices, which are now available in India at prominent online portals, neighbourhood mobile and accessories atores and big electronic and gadget retail chains.

Be it bike, car, yacht, or any other vehicle or even tracking own children to and from school.

"We need tracking everyday and everywhere. The goal is to make it accessible and expedient to families and businesses. Our vision is to make world safer, happier and more productive,"Founder and CEO,LetsTrack, Vikram Kumar said

Letstrack is a cutting-edge futuristic, progressive and intuitive app and device combination, which will help in improving safety and security.

Letstrack is available on both iOS and Android platform.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Wed, October 26 2016. 17:41 IST
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