Televoke, a telematics software company, announced Mar. 4 at the Digital Car Conference that it has selected WirelessCar, a provider of telematics infrastructure services, to deliver transaction-based billing systems so Televoke business partners can address the billing needs of enterprise and fleet customers.

According to the company, the WirelessCar billing system, t-Bill, already in use by multiple Telematics Service Providers, will provide a new value-added service that will allow Televoke and its business partners to provide more detailed accounting and transaction-based usage models required in many enterprise and high-end consumer services.

"Flexibility in billing is critical for Televoke and its partners to stay ahead in a competitive marketplace," said Bob Kimball, CEO of Televoke. "WirelessCar provides the best of both worlds to help Televoke maintain its competitive edge -- a flexible, sophisticated billing system, as well as comprehensive knowledge and experience in the telematics industry."

Through more detailed subscriber information, the WirelessCar system will help Televoke and its partners to easily offer new and differentiated service offerings. The system will also help optimize network performance and maximize profitability through improved revenue assurance, according to Televoke.

"We are delighted to be working with Televoke, a leader in telematics services, particularly in the U.S. telematics aftermarket," said Gary Hallgren, COO of WirelessCar. "We look forward to working with them as they move into other applications and international markets."

About Televoke, Inc.

Televoke "connects people to things" by providing an automated web and telephony service platform that enables businesses to develop and deliver location-based safety, security and productivity applications for their customers worldwide. With Televoke's wireless software platform, individuals and enterprises can track and control valuable assets, and be proactively notified through any Internet-connected device or telephone when a valuable asset or loved one is at risk. The Televoke service platform can be customized and branded for any partner and integrated with virtually any enterprise system, hardware device, GPS or other location technology, wireless or wire line network. Televoke was recently named by CNET as a "Top Ten" private wireless company to watch in 2001. For more information on Televoke, please visit, or send an e-mail to

About WirelessCar

WirelessCar, an integrated telematics services company, focuses on offering connectivity, service integration, and billing solutions to vehicle manufacturers, commercial fleets, and aftermarket system suppliers.

The company's telematics platform supports a wide range of programs and services including emergency and roadside assistance, navigation guidance, remote vehicle diagnostics and fleet management. The WirelessCar Universal Telematics Network (UTN) eliminates the complexity of communicating between diverse technologies by automatically integrating and standardizing information from any telematics equipment platform, network carrier, or content/service provider.

WirelessCar, founded by three European companies, Ericsson, a provider of telecom and data solutions, the Volvo Group, a vehicle manufacturer, and Telia, an operator of fixed and wireless networks, is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company's North America headquarters is located in Irvine, California. Additional information is available at