Vehicle tracking vendor Trakm8 is looking for 15 to 20 new resellers to sell its Simple Web Interface For Tracking (SWIFT) product.
James Page-Chatton, Trakm8’s channel manager, said: “We have an existing channel of five to 10 resellers, but need 15 to 20 additional partners that are dedicated to vehicle tracking and can boost our geographic spread.”
Traditionally Trakm8 focused on the mid-market space but SWIFT, which was launched in November, has moved the firm into the SME arena.
Jan Evans, director of Trakm8 reseller ETS Business Solutions, said: “Our 47 pence per day price negates the need for a lease, which means that smaller businesses do not need to seek credit approval or get tied into lengthy contracts.”
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