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Celtrak win exporter award

Celtrak, the Irish GPS tracking firm, has won Service Exporter of the Year at the Irish Exporters Association 2013 awards.

The award was presented at a gala ball in the Convention Centre by Colin Lawlor, president of the Irish Exporters Association, the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Eamon Gilmore T.D. and Julie Sinnamon, chief executive officer of Enterprise Ireland to Nicola Jones of Celtrak.

The award recognises the efforts made by Celtrak in securing and building new export markets in the international services sectors. Celtrak currently export to over 30 countries worldwide through direct sales and partner channels.

Joe McBreen, CEO at Celtrak said: “We are delighted to be recognised for our effort and success in exporting our SaaS (Software as a Service). With the recent appointment of Kevin Nelson as General Manager of North America we look forward to further growth in the U.S. market in particular in 2014”.



 


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