Topaz has agreed to a deal with Transpoco that will see it promote the Irish vehicle tracking solutions company’s technology to its Irish fuel card customer base.
The deal is worth up to €250,000 year for Transpoco, a Swords-based firm that has invested €1 million into developing Synx, a cloud service that integrates Transpoco GPS software with data from fuel cards.
Andrew Fleury, CEO of Transpoco commented on the deal. "This agreement with a market leader like Topaz is further endorsement of our technology.
"Topaz understands that vehicle fleets that use fuel cards want to receive excellent customer service, optimise costs, as well as operating their vehicles as smoothly and safely as possible."
Liam Mulcahy, Topaz commercial director, added. "This agreement will boost our fleet fuel customer service and help them manage their vehicles more efficiently and at lower cost."
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