GPS vehicle tracking provider RAM has demonstrated its recognition in the market by becoming an associate member of the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA).
According to Whatech Magazine, the global smart fleet management market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.0% from 2017 to 2022, to reach $462.48bn by 2022. Naturally, it is vital that the UK plays its part in ensuring that technological advancements are closely incorporated into the way business vehicle fleets are managed. Alliances of this nature are a vital component of better guaranteeing the wider market benefits from innovative working partnerships.
Chris McClellan, CEO of RAM Tracking, says: “To become an associate member of such a prestigious body as the ECA is a real step forward for us as a business. We are the vehicle tracking provider of choice for hundreds of electrical contractors, so by building on this partnership with the ECA we will be continually learning more about the electrical industry and how it operates. Being the customer centric business that we are, this will allow us to develop our system even further to cater for the electrical engineering industry and bring even more value to our customers which is a real positive for us.”
The global race to properly implement and establish widespread use of smart vehicle tracking is on, so ensuring that providers have access to the businesses that can collectively help move the market forward through their endorsement, is vital.
Craig Albert, director of JVA Electrical, says: “RAM’s product and service has been amazing! I can’t fault the RAM system, it’s easy to use and allows me to be in greater control of my workforce, as well as saving time and money.”