Fleet management software specialist Isotrak has announced a series of appointments to key leadership roles in the business.
Jim Sumner, a former managing director of Leyland Trucks joins as executive chairman, and Tony English, former managing director of Mix Telematics Europe, will take the role of CEO.
Most recently, Sumner was chairman of car parts distributor Andrew Page until its sale to LKQ Corporation.
English has spent more than 20 years in the fleet management, telematics, software as a service (SaaS) and technology markets.
He was one of two major shareholders in Tranman Solutions, an international fleet and asset management solutions business that grew from five staff to 120, 500 clients and £10m+ revenue, and was sold to the Lex Service.
Most recently, he was managing director of Mix Telematics Europe, leading the business through a period of transformation, and part of the management team who floated Mix Telematics Group on the NYSE.
The Isotrak Board will also include non-executive directors, Dan Adler and Mark Rogerson from Lyceum Capital, and John Hawkins, who previously served on the board as chairman.
Sumner said: “We see enormous potential in the team here, and our primary focus is to provide customers with the premium levels of service and expertise which make a real difference to their success.”