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Inseego on Crown Commercial Service Framework for Telematics Solutions

Inseego has achieved supplier status on the new Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Vehicle Telematics Solutions framework [RM6315] following the successful participation in the procurement agency’s previous agreement. During the past four years, the fleet technology specialist has experienced strong growth within the public sector, providing advanced fleet and video telematics solutions to local authorities, healthcare trusts, emergency services and other government organisations.

“The public sector is under huge cost and service pressures, so our aim is to deliver advanced telematics solutions to help organisations overcome many of the fleet challenges they face,” explains Steve Thomas, Managing Director of Inseego UK Ltd. “We are extremely pleased to be awarded a place on this latest CCS framework, which reflects our position as a proven supplier to UK government departments, agencies and public bodies within the UK.”

Inseego was named as a supplier on the new RM6315 Vehicle Telematics Solutions framework following an extensive tender process. The agreement will run for an initial 24-month period, including an option to extend for a further 12 consecutive months, with suppliers tasked with delivering hardware, software and associated services that help improve fleet efficiency and optimise risk management. It replaces the outgoing RM6143 Vehicle Telematics Hardware and Software Solutions framework.

“Central Government and the wider public sector will have continued access to our range of fleet and video telematics hardware and software, including the latest tracking, fleet management, driver performance, dashcam and multi-camera solutions. All our feature-rich systems are highly effective and simple to use, making them ideal for organisations looking improve fleet safety and performance,” adds Thomas.

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2022/23, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £3.8 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

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