Travel today has become less safe than it was than ten years ago, while security is becoming more important even in countries that seem to be “safe.” In addition, the smartphone revolution now makes it possible for both Android and iPhone users to stay in contact worldwide.
Corporate travel is increasing steadily as corporations make the move to production overseas to cut down on expenses here in the U.S. Let’s face it: both businesses and business employees demand security in a digital format, whether in Mexico, Iraq, or even Germany or the U.K.
Innovative Travel Security
FoneTrac is an innovative travel security app for individual travelers as well as corporate employees or study abroad students. Many businessmen and businesswomen who frequently travel abroad use the travel app (and related services) to stay safe across the world. Corporations realize the need for a 21st century digital app that supports employee security.
Features and Benefits
- Compatible with both iPhone and Android
- Fully featured travel security app
- Access to realtime travel security information
- Access to realtime medical security information
- Real people “standing by” to help 24/7
Example Uses of FoneTrac Travel Security App
Example uses would be as follows. First and foremost, any corporation with employees overseas needs to track and be in touch with them, and the employees need to be able to access security resources. Open and transparent to the employee, FoneTrac gives them access to up-to-date information as well as the ability to access state-of-the art medical security and travel security services. Real people are there at the press of a button to help; it complies with many corporate travel security plans. Second, study abroad students face many of the same challenges, and universities use FoneTrac to stay in touch with students and reassure parents and families of security issues. Third, corporate travelers of all kind welcome a new travel security app that is more than just the free apps that only email relatives or pull down outdated information.