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Tracking Companies

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SmarTrack Fleet Tracking Solutions

SmarTrack began life as a stolen vehicle tracking and recovery service, and have since added fleet tracking to their portfolio. We review their two fleet tracking solutions to see how they measure up.


CMS SupaTrak – What do they offer?

CMS SupaTrak offer a two vehicle tracking solutions – one basic and one feature-rich. Both options are available as an outright purchase or as a pay-as-you contract, but do they offer value for money compared to their competitors? Read our review to find out.



BOX Telematics Fleet Management

BOX Telematics are a British manufacturer of vehicle tracking devices for fleets, and for the insurance market. Their SPOTON web interface allows a real-time view of the location of your fleet.





Transpoco Vehicle Tracking Systems

Transpoco is a leading tracking company established in Ireland in 2004. To provide high quality fleet management solutions, it has partnered with O2, Vodafone, and Google. The company has offices in France and the UK and counts Bic and Ladbrokes among its clients.


Teletrac Vehicle Tracking | UK Fleet Fees

Teletrac has more than 25 years of experience in the GPS tracking and fleet automation industry. With its main headquarters in Southern California, the company has over 500 global employees who help in tracking over 20,000 customer fleets and more than 200,000 vehicles in 75 countries.





RAM Tracking | What They Offer

RAM has award-winning UK-based customer service, gives free training and its cloud-based tracking system is covered by extensive warranty. There are no upfront fees or hidden charges






Matrix Telematics Car Tracking Systems | Company Profile

Matrix Telematics is one of the better known producers of asset monitoring and car tracking systems, with headquarters in Cheshire and Florida. During its early years in the telematics industry, the company focused on developing tracking and recovery products. It has now expanded its services to asset monitoring for various markets as well as business management consultancy.







Masternaut GPS Vehicle Tracking Systems

Founded in 2002 by the British entrepreneur Martin Port, Masternaut was one of the first companies to use telematics (the integration of telecommunications and information technology) to provide a web-browser based vehicle tracking system. The popularity of Masternaut’s vehicle tracking systems ensured the company’s success and Port sold it to Aéroports de Paris, Europe’s second-largest airport operator in 2009.


Quartix Vehicle Tracking Systems

If you manage a fleet of vehicles and are looking to reduce costs, then you might want to take a look at Quartix; a rapidly expanding company with a growing reputation supplying vehicle tracking systems at very affordable rates.


Enfora Vehicle Tracking Systems

The power of Enfora Vehicle Tracking Systems is there for all to see…or rather it’s what you don’t see that provides the key to Enfora’s success. Unlike conventional GPS vehicle navigation systems that depend on satellites in space being “in line” in order to perform, Enfora devices work online via wireless mobile/cellular technology accessible from virtually anywhere in the world.