14th December 2017
Trak Global Group takes Amazon Growing Business Award for the second year running
Trak Global Group, the UK’s largest telematics technology company, has scooped the Real Business Award, sponsored by Amazon, for Business of the Year 2017, this time for Mid-Sized Business.
Bob Skerrett, MD of the Telematics division, said:
“It is hugely satisfying to win this award. In 2016 TGG won the smaller company award, and this year the mid-sized business category, thanks to our accelerated growth during the last twelve months.”
Skerrett said that Trak Global, which was founded in 2009, continues to align commercial success with a higher sense of purpose around making the roads safer. He commented:
“We’re immensely proud of what we’ve achieved so far, not just in terms of our financial growth, but also the fact that we’ve helped significantly reduce the number of accidents involving young drivers. Our employees work for a dynamic technology business, but are equally motivated by the fact that they’re making a genuine contribution to saving lives.”
In the last year, Trak Global has also developed an app-based solution – Appy Fleet – designed to enable employers to promote and monitor workplace driver safety, and in turn bring down fleet operating costs, such as fuel bills and insurance premiums.
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