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Webtech Wireless Announces Quadrant Manager Mobile

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/02/12 -- Webtech Wireless Inc. (TSX:WEW), a leading provider of vehicle fleet location-based services (LBS) and telematics technology, today announced the release of Quadrant Manager Mobile for iPhone and iPad. Designed specifically for busy fleet managers who need access to Quadrant Manager while on the go, Quadrant Manager Mobile provides real-time fleet information in an iOS web browser interface. Accessible through our standard Quadrant login web page, the user experience is optimized and sized to maximize the screen size of both the iPad and iPhone. These applications are the first in what Webtech expects to be a number of mobile handheld applications available on a wide range of platforms including Blackberry, Android and Windows Mobile.

As part of the Quadrant 9.5 release, and enabled automatically for existing Quadrant customers, Quadrant Manager Mobile supports Webtech Wireless' platform agnostic vision. "By leveraging emerging technologies, such as HTML5 and platform adaptive display we're able to provide a highly interactive user experience. With Quadrant Manager Mobile, fleet managers are never more than a few taps away from all the information they need to manage their fleet remotely. We are launching with iPhone and iPad, but the vision is to expand this offering to other mobile platforms as well," said Gary Zywiecki, VP Engineering.

"Quadrant Manager Mobile represents the next step in our drive to provide our customers with fleet intelligence anywhere(TM). Delivering decision-ready data out of our Quadrant solution-whether it be to executives, dispatchers or field personnel-extends the reach and effectiveness of Quadrant and enhances our ability to save our customers time and money. Quadrant Manager Mobile improves fleet utilization and further proves the already compelling economics our clients gain by selecting solutions from Webtech Wireless," said Scott Edmonds, President and CEO of Webtech Wireless.

About Webtech Wireless®

Webtech Wireless Inc. (TSX:WEW) is a provider of vehicle fleet location-based services (LBS) and telematics technology. It develops, manufactures and supports end-to-end wireless solutions that improve the productivity, profitability, environmental compliance and safety of vehicle fleets. Its comprehensive suite of products and services include: automatic vehicle location (AVL), mapping, vehicle diagnostics, CO2 reporting, navigation, messaging, and mobile resource management. The Company serves customers of all sizes in the transport, government, service, insurance and OEM markets in over forty-one countries, including Fortune 500 companies. Specialized products include: Quadrant® commercial fleet solutions, InterFleet® solutions for government, and NextBus® real-time passenger information services for transit fleets. For more information, please visit www.webtechwireless.com.

This News Release may contain forward-looking statements involving risks and uncertainties pertaining to, but not limited to, product plans, timing, content, pricing of products, market and industry expectations, the wireless communications and mobile fleet industries, and general economic and political conditions. Given the risks and uncertainties inherent in the markets and industries referred to in this News Release, Webtech Wireless cannot guarantee that any forward-looking statements will be realized. All amounts in Canadian dollars (CAD$) unless otherwise noted. Trademarks are the property of their owners.

Contacts:
Webtech Wireless Inc. - Investor Relations
Andrew Morden
Chief Financial Officer
+1 604.434.7337
[email protected]

Webtech Wireless Inc. - Press and Media
David Greer
Vice President Marketing
+1 604.628.5194
[email protected]
www.webtechwireless.com

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