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Digital Dispatch Signs $2 Million Deal with  New York's Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car

Richmond, BC, December, 2000 - Digital Dispatch Systems Inc. of Richmond, British Columbia has signed a deal worth approximately CDN $2 Million-dollars with Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car, one of the largest and oldest black car companies in the New York City area. The Big Apple Car/Cloverdale Car purchase includes the highly functional, in-vehicle GDT890 mobile data terminal along with the new state-of-the-art customized dispatching software, Pathfinder. This will be Digital Dispatch's first
installation of Pathfinder in North America.

Mr. Vari Ghai, President of Digital Dispatch expressed, "We look forward to introducing our latest dispatching system into North America. What makes it especially significant, is the fact that we will be working with one of the most established black car companies in New York." 
Mr. Moe Bronchtein, Senior Vice President MIS/Computer & Electronic Technologies of Big Apple Car/ Cloverdale Car, explained, "We have been looking for a mobile data dispatching system for close to 10 years and have never found anything in the market that has met our needs and that has had the capabilities of a Digital Dispatch system. After careful consideration and investigation of all the available systems on the market, no system compared to Pathfinder. I look forward to developing this black-car software package along with Digital Dispatch's fine engineers." 
Big Apple Car/Cloverdale Car will be utilizing Digital Dispatch's GPS Dispatching (also known as Closest Car Dispatching) technology where Pathfinder automatically dispatches the optimum car for every job, resulting in more trips per car, lower service time and increased customer satisfaction.
About Digital Dispatch:
Digital Dispatch is a global provider of turnkey wireless mobile data solutions focusing on real-time dispatching, vehicle location and tracking and computerized routing and scheduling. Digital Dispatch is currently a worldwide leader in providing wireless mobile data solutions for the taxi market and also provides solutions for the courier, road recovery, airport shuttle and vehicle location and tracking markets. They offer overall systems integration, project management, technical consultation, system installation, training, and on-going customer support. Their products include application software, mobile and portable data terminals with integrated peripherals and radio infrastructure network products. Digital Dispatch has installed over 35,000 wireless mobile data devices and over 120 wireless data systems in 31 countries.
About Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car: 
Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car is a leading black car company serving corporate clients in the Greater New York tri-state area. With close to 20 years of experience in the industry and over 475 cars in their fleet, the Company handles an average of over 3000 trips per day. Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car is owned by the company's president, Diana Clemente, who won the prestigious Ernst & Young 2000 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car is a recognized minority woman-owned company. 

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Taryn Wagman
  Digital Dispatch Systems Inc.
  Ph: (604) 214-7231
  Email: taryn.wagman@digital-dispatch.com

Moe Bronchtein
 Big Apple Car Inc./Cloverdale Car
  Ph: (718) 331-9500 Ext. 369
  Email: moe@bigapplecar.com

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