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IMS Recognized in "Top 20 Most Promising Automotive Tech Solution Providers" by CIO Review

WATERLOO, ON, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - CIO Review magazine has named Intelligent Mechatronic Systems (IMS), one of the "Top 20 Most Promising Automotive Tech Solution Providers." IMS is a leading connected car company based in Waterloo, Ontario known for developing the intelligent connected car platform, DriveSync®.

"We are pleased to recognize IMS as part of our Top 20 most promising automotive tech solution providers based on their achievements delivering the industry's best and ultimate connected car experience," said Harvi Sachar, Publisher and Founder, CIO Review. "The winners we have selected for 2014 demonstrate the power technology has to transform and improve driver experiences," he added.

"It is an honor to be recognized by CIO Review for our contributions to the automotive industry," affirmed Dr. Otman Basir, CEO of IMS.  "Converging in-car infotainment with wireless telematics technology allows us to provide safer, smarter and unique experiences to drivers worldwide."

IMS' DriveSync connected car platform provides automotive technology solutions enabled from the cloud, giving access to driver-centric connected car services (vehicle health, road-side assistance, geofencing and driving behavior), while supporting a viable stream of automotive industry solutions (usage-based insurance, fleet management, road tolling and more).

As global interest in connected car technology expands, organizations that invest in driver-centric automotive technology continue to partner with IMS. Within the last thirty days, both Sprint through its Integrated Insurance Solution portfolio for auto insurance customers, and The Co-operators en-route Auto Program™ in Ontario, introduced usage-based insurance powered by IMS' DriveSync® connected car platform. To learn more about why customers like Sprint, The Co-operators, USAA and the Oregon Department of Transportation invest in award-winning IMS technology, visit www.intellimec.com/customer

IMS is also featured in this month's edition of CIO Review available via the IMS Newsroom.

About Intelligent Mechatronic Systems
IMS is a leader in connected car technology that enables drivers to be safer, smarter and greener. The unique approach of converging in-car infotainment, automotive telematics and wireless technology has resulted in an impressive range of solutions. From insurance and government, to fleets and everyday drivers, IMS technology revolutionizes industries. For more information, visit www.intellimec.com.

SOURCE Intelligent Mechatronic Systems Inc.

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