TomTom Business Solutions has extended its localised reseller service into Leinster and the West of Ireland with two new partners, McTelecoms and C&C Cellular.
TomTom Business Solutions has a proven track record delivering affordable vehicle management technology that helps make companies more efficient, through a network that spans the globe. Its extension across Ireland will see the development of local businesses becoming experts in a series of products and services, which will improve cost savings for firms that run fleet vehicles.
Since launching into Ireland earlier this year, TomTom Business Solutions has continued to add to its network of vehicle management experts, all of whom are locally based companies. These include Derek McDonald's McTelecom in Dublin and Brendan Chambers' C&C Cellular in Mayo.
Philip Bailie, Account Manager, TomTom Ireland said: ‘Its a significant step forward for TomTom Business Solutions to have two new local resellers in Leinster and the West of Ireland who can help specifically tailor our technology solutions to the needs of local businesses, enabling them to reduce their costs, become more efficient and keep their staff safe on the roads’
Derek McDonald, founder of McTelecom, is based in Carrickmines, Co. Dublin. ‘We are looking forward to working with TomTom Business Solutions and offering our existing and potential business clients world leading fleet management technolog’.
McDonald and his team have over 17 years experience in the mobile phone sector and will be working with TomTom Business Solutions current and existing clients in the 12 counties in the Leinster region. Citypost, the largest independent postal services company in Ireland, has just recently signed up to TomTom Business Solutions through McTelecom. Other clients include VNE logistics, Sean Smith Transport, Catering Disposables and Kevin Devlin Transport.
Brendan Chambers, founder of C&C Cellular, headquartered in Westport, Co. Mayo, is one of the longest established mobile phone retailers with 25 years experience and currently has nine stores located in Mayo, Sligo and Roscommon.
Chambers said: ‘TomTom is synonymous with efficient driving and cost savings and our team is poised to bring this technology to local businesses who can benefit from using this technology. Our knowledge of the local market means that we are well positioned to effectively develop TomTom Business Solutions within Western counties and further afiel’.
TomTom has spent many years developing specialist technology, specifically for business, that delivers information which increases the visibility of what is happening out on the road that has a direct impact on business efficiency. This enables businesses to provide a better service, increase productivity, generate more profit and ensure sustainability.