Intelligent Telematics opens new European HQ in Reading ‘to support ongoing growth’, says MD


Intelligent Telematics, a provider of connected vehicle camera solutions, has relocated its European headquarters to Reading in the UK. This is said by the company to be part of an ambitious expansion strategy that will see its workforce more than double in the coming months.

The company has officially opened the office development at Commerce Park in Theale following annual revenue growth of 67%, driven by unprecedented demand for its connected vehicle camera portfolio from the road transport, fleet and insurance sectors.

“This office move is part of a significant capital investment that will accelerate our expansion plans and ensure we remain at the forefront of our industry,” explains Justin White, managing director of Intelligent Telematics. “Since the inception of the business in 2013, we reinvented the marketplace when we launched the first ever connected vehicle camera in the UK and now work with some of the most recognised companies in the UK and mainland Europe.”

Intelligent Telematics has already strengthened its senior management and sales teams during 2017. The company is now looking to take advantage of the excellent skills pool that exists in Berkshire to fill around 10 additional technical, support and finance roles, which will be based at the Reading office.

“We chose Reading for our new headquarters because it is at the heart of a successful tech hub that is well-connected domestically and internationally, and provides access to highly-skilled local talent that will be essential to our ongoing success. As an innovative technology pioneer with a host of industry firsts, we needed an operational infrastructure and business presence that reflects our position in the marketplace and ensures we are best-placed to continue our extraordinary growth both in Europe and worldwide,” adds Justin White.

Meanwhile, the office move coincides with the unveiling of a restyled corporate identity and the rebranding of Intelligent Telematics range of single and dual camera solutions under the SureCam brand. This includes the complete refresh of the company’s website, which has been designed to provide added guidance and the best online experience to fleet operations considering the adoption of a connected vehicle camera solution.

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