Quartix adds new affordable dashcam solution to its fast-growing telematics business

Press Release: March 08, 2024

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Quartix adds new affordable dashcam solution to its fast-growing telematics business
CAMBRIDGE, UK, 8th March 2024  – Quartix Technologies plc, a leading provider of subscription-based telematics systems and services, is delighted to share the news of the launch of a new connected dashcam within its fast-growing telematics business. 

Quartix has launched its own connected dashcam solution into the growing market for video telematics, initially in the UK with plans to launch in the US later in 2024. 

This service is deemed especially important to Quartix’s customers in the site-based services sector such as construction, HVAC, electrical companies, housing associations and local councils. 

Not only is Quartix going to continue its value for money strategy with the new line of connected dashcams but the technical specification is comparable with other dashcam service providers in the market. This will enable Quartix to reach additional customer segments and challenge the market’s view of the affordability of connected dashcams as they become more mainstream. 

Sean Maher, Sales Director at Quartix said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our UK customers this additional value-added service at a price which is aligned to our vehicle tracking service – and all whilst knowing that with Quartix you really do get the best support and service in the market today.”

Quartix remains one of the fastest growing telematics providers in the UK, and the expectations for 2024 reflects an ambitious strategy to continue to supply highly reliable fleet tracking services with outstanding customer service.  

Quartix is often selected as a partner by a number of high profile organisations, such as The Procurement Partnership Ltd (TPPL), an organisation that facilities UK government tenders by approved partners. 

Sean added: “Quartix secured its place on the TPPL framework which allows us to work with many public sector organisations.  On review of the tender Quartix submitted, TPPL granted its members the ability to direct award to us. This means the organisation does not need to enter long drawn-out tender exercises.” 

This month Quartix has also been approved as a CHAS accredited supplier. 
Quartix continues to grow its core fleet business, witnessing a 13% increase in the vehicle subscription base, totalling 266,568 units. 

The breakdown by region showcases substantial growth, with the UK, France, and new European territories leading the way. 

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