15 May 2017
Telematics and Big Data specialist Trakm8 has been named one of 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain by the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG):
The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses (SMEs). To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their industry peers.
John Watkins, Executive Chairman of Trakm8, said: “We are immensely proud to be named as an inspiring company by the London Stock Exchange Group. This is testament to the hard work and dedication of our talented team.
“2017 is shaping up to be a transformative year for our business, as we introduce exciting new products and solutions that will help a wide range of customers to cut carbon emissions and costs, while improving safety and productivity.”
Trakm8 has been listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange since 2005. The company develops telematics-based solutions including GPS tracking, driver behaviour analytics, fleet scheduling, route optimisation and vehicle health monitoring. It is also a leading supplier of dashboard cameras, remote tacho download solutions, and mobile phone blockers. It is one of the only companies in the UK that designs and manufactures its own telematics devices, and is proud to use the Made in Britain marque.
Inclusion in the LSEG report is the second national accolade in the space of 24 hours for Trakm8. The Dorset-based company also won the Transport Technology category of the National Technology Awards 2017. Trakm8 was honoured for its end-to-end fleet solution which combines driver behaviour, intuitive vehicle health reporting, route optimisation and scheduling, and in-vehicle camera technology.
Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange Group said: “LSEG’s ‘1000 Companies to Inspire Britain’ report continues to highlight the dynamic, entrepreneurial and ambitious businesses across the country that are boosting UK productivity, driving economic growth and creating jobs.
“These companies are the very heart of an ‘anti-fragile’ economy: more robust; more flexible and less prone to boom and bust. We must ensure we continue doing all we can to support high growth potential businesses like these.”