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AssetWorks appoints new managing director for UK and international operations

AssetWorks has appointed Mike Gadd as its managing director for both UK and international operations.

Gadd will be in charge of development and leadership of the domestic and overseas markers, aiming to meet the company’s growth targets.

The new recruit will ensure asset management software is improved upon, working alongside clients such as Royal Mail, TNT and Wakefield County Council.

Gadd says: “AssetWorks has a deserved reputation as a leading Fleet and Enterprise Asset management software provider.

“We have a tremendous opportunity to grow further and continue to diversify into new sectors and markets, bringing our strong business values and service delivery to match the demands and rightly high expectations of our clients.

“At AssetWorks we are in an excellent position to capitalise on the growth opportunities presented by the many changes fleet transportation.

“I am excited to be on board and part of the great team that will take this business to the next level.”

With 20 years of leadership experience, Gadd will bring a wealth of knowledge to the role.

His competencies include strategic analysis, building high performing teams, commercial management, process improvement and new product development.

The company provides fleet management, enterprise asset management (EAM) and fueling systems in the United Kingdom and North America.

Its 550 private and public sector customers will enable fleet organisations of various sizes to improve on maintenance practices, streamline operations and improve accountability for mission-critical transportation assets.

AssetWorks has over 35 years of experience, offering a fleet, fuel and motor pool software system. All products operate on a single database, which improves upon its data accuracy and utilization.

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