AirIQ Expands North American Sales Force for Field Service Fleet Applications

AirIQ Inc. ("AirIQ") (TSX: IQ), a leader in wireless enabled, location-based services recently announced the expansion of its North American sales force to focus on sales initiatives targeting the Field Service market. The addition of Amy Woods, Andrew Dunn and Lisa Gillman to AirIQ's Commercial Fleet sales organization will assist in supporting AirIQ's aggressive plans for significant growth in the Field Service market. Since 1997, AirIQ has been a leader in providing location-based services to commercial vehicle fleets. AirIQ announced its entry into the Field Service market in fall 2006 with a comprehensive suite of services for fleet vehicles at a highly, affordable cost. With over 230,000 subscribers, the Company has been recently awarded Cingular Wireless "BAC Value Added Reseller of the Year" as well achieving a 90th ranking in Deloitte's Technology Fast 500.

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