Quartix Sets Up Distributor Network For Pay As You Go Vehicle Tracking

Quartix, one of the UK's leading telematics providers, is setting up a distributor network dedicated to its popular pay-as-you-go service.

The move follows strong demand from established distributors seeking a competitively- priced PAYG product for customers.

Andy Walters, Quartix's managing director, said: "The demand is being driven by distributors' existing telematics suppliers being unable to meet customer requirements, especially in relation to pay-as-you-go.

"We are filling the gap by offering an attractive commercial proposition - one that has been warmly welcomed by some of the country's top tracking-system distributors."

Last year, against a market backdrop that saw a serious decline in tracking-unit volumes and the failure of many vehicle tracking firms, Quartix registered sales growth of 5% - thanks largely to the launch of Quartix Pay As You Go.

Today, with widespread and increasing recognition of the importance of flexible rental contracts, Quartix is confident of a highly profitable future for its pay-as-you-go channel partners.

Quartix Pay As You Go's nationwide network will consist of a select group of experienced, well-established distributors with a proven track record in telematics. Among ten companies already signed up are the Scenic Group, Fresh Thinking Vehicle Tracking, Veetrack, Pro-Comm Business Solutions and F16 Consulting.

Mr Walters added: "We are continuing to take on experienced organisations. Our proposition provides excellent short-term rewards for successful distributors, together with long-term partnership and support through profit sharing. It also provides financial assistance to help in migrating customers to Quartix from legacy systems."

13 April 2010 Staff

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