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Ctrack named on Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework

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Ctrack by Inseego has been named on the Government’s new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework to provide telematics to public sector organisations within the UK.

The new RM6143 vehicle telematics framework is available to central Government organisations as well as the wider public sector including local authorities, NHS and emergency services.

This new commercial arrangement will run for four years and goes live today (April 24), replacing the existing RM3754 vehicle telematics commercial arrangement.

“We are pleased to continue to offer our unrivalled range of proven telematics and asset monitoring solutions through the CCS,” said Steve Thomas, managing director of Ctrack by Inseego.

“The public sector is under ever increasing pressure to deliver more for less, reducing costs while improving service levels and operating safely.

“Our feature-rich systems are highly-effective and simple to use, so can help organisations overcome many of the fleet challenges they face.”

The framework is part of the fleet category strategy, which is designed to provide the public sector with a suite of commercial arrangements that support Total Fleet Solutions.

Organisations will have access to Ctrack’s range of hardware and software, including the latest vehicle tracking, fleet management, driver performance and video telematics solutions.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2018/19, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth £945 million.



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