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Xata changes name to XRS Corporation

The company's name change is driven by its new, all-mobile platform, designed to help fleets and drivers capture data for two essential needs: to keep drivers and fleets compliant, and to slash costs, according to a press release.
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The company's name change is driven by its new, all-mobile platform, designed to help fleets and drivers capture data for two essential needs: to keep drivers and fleets compliant, and to slash costs, according to a press release.

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