A Henley-in-Arden business is celebrating after receiving two prestigious national industry awards.
Fleet management company runyourfleet.com, has been awarded the Technology award for their innovative cloud-based Fleet Management platform as well as being Highly Commended in the Telematics category at the prestigious What Van? Awards.
The ceremony, hosted by former Eastenders actor Sean Williamson, took place at London’s Nobu Hotel earlier this month.
The What Van? Awards are recognised as one of the most highly regarded independent accolades in the UK’s light commercial vehicle industry. Awards provide recognition for brands, businesses and organisations that have reached the pinnacle of their fields.
What Van? assembles an experienced panel of independent judges from across the LCV sector to evaluate the entrants. The categories evolve from year to year to ensure changing trends and developments spanning the breadth of the light commercial vehicle industry are represented.
Upon winning the award Managing Director, Steve Whitmarsh said: “The runyourfleet platform is what sets us apart from our competitors. It has been designed and developed in-house by our own team to meet the very demanding needs of more than 27,000 vehicles on a Service as a Software (SaaS) subscription basis.
“To be recognised in this way with such a prestigious award is a fantastic achievement for our team who are committed to developing the platform to include even more products and features.”
runyourfleet.com, The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce preferred Fleet Management and Vehicle Funding partner, has been a disrupter of the Automotive industry since it started trading in 2011. They were the first business to offer a subscription-based service to help businesses of any size save time and costs and to remain compliant from a duty of care perspective when running their company fleet.
Over recent years, runyourfleet.com has enjoyed exponential growth with over 27,000 vehicles now using its subscription-based services from more than 1,200 businesses across the UK.
For further information visit www.runyourfleet.com