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Vince Cane appointed operations director at Intelligent Telematics

Vince Cane, Intelligent Telematics

Intelligent Telematics has appointed Vince Cane as operations director to support the rapid growth of the business within the fleet, road transport and insurance sectors.

Cane will be responsible for managing all support and implementation processes to ensure the efficient delivery of 3G vehicle camera products and services to customers.

In his new position, he will be tasked with managing Intelligent Telematics’ day-to-day operations and ensuring the needs of a rapidly expanding portfolio of corporate clients are met.

He will use a breadth of experience, spanning more than 25 years, to establish and maintain systems that make efficient use of account management, project management and technical support resources within the business.

Prior to joining Intelligent Telematics, Cane has had a variety of senior management positions for leading organisations within the telematics, fleet and vehicle hire sectors.

Most recently, he was head of enterprise accounts at vehicle tracking specialist Ctrack where he was responsible for all project delivery, account management and retention of blue-chip customers. Before this he held roles at Reflex Vehicle Solutions, Pentagon Mercedes and UK Vehicle Rental, a Northgate group company.

Justin White, managing director of Intelligent Telematics, said: “Vince brings considerable knowledge and expertise to this new role, which will help us achieve our strategic goals moving forward and support our growing global reach.

“We are committed to bringing together the right people that can drive the business forward and build on our position as the industry leader within the 3G vehicle camera marketplace.”

Intelligent Telematics’ IT1000 and IT2000 connected devices provide single and dual camera solutions for vehicle operations, providing increased protection against fraudulent insurance claims, false driving allegations and disputed liability.

They use sophisticated 3G and 4G technology so that HD footage of any collision, near miss or harsh driving incident is captured and automatically transmitted within moments of it happening.

Unlike other systems in the marketplace, the videos and supporting data are uploaded to a secure server network with no user intervention required, making them the only truly effective connected vehicle cameras for First Notification of Loss (FNOL).

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