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Firms in race to win 'blue light' business

FLEET software companies are pulling out all the stops to win police fleet business as a number of constabularies look to implement new IT strategies. Up to seven police force contracts are out to tender for new systems, each one providing a valuable showcase for software specialists who know that a reference from a blue light fleet is one of the best marketing tools available today.

Tranman Solutions has signed up its 21st police fleet, Staffordshire Constabulary, in a contract which will see it supply hardware and software. The company shares the majority of the police market with Car Fleet Control, which also has 21 fleets on its books. Tranman managing director George Webb said: 'Success in the police market is very rewarding. I know no other market sector where the key decision-makers meet and share ideas on such a regular basis. To be recognised as the best in such circumstances is an outstanding recommendation to the fleet management market as a whole of our software and services.'

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