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Coretex and Sensium Sign Reseller Agreement

Coretex and Sensium Sign Reseller Agreement to Grow Domestic Footprint.

Coretex grows reseller base in New Zealand.

Auckland, New Zealand. 5th September 2017. Coretex, a leader in Active Fleet Management Solutions announced that it has signed a reseller agreement with Sensium, a provider of light vehicle GPS tracking solutions to the New Zealand market.

The agreement, which is specific to the New Zealand market, gives Sensium the ability to sell Coretex’s range of In-cab & Compliance packages, which include Electronic Road User Charges (eRUC) functionality, to Sensium customers.

Jeremy McLean, Sensium’s Chief Executive Officer said “We are very pleased to have signed this relationship with Coretex. Their eRUC offering, on the Coretex 360 platform, is best-inclass and we have a range of customers, in both the light and heavy vehicle markets, that want to use it. In addition, driver behaviour monitoring and integrated cameras are of increasing interest to the market and I’m excited to see what we can do with them.”

Selwyn Pellett, Coretex Chief Executive Officer said “Sensium have built some great relationships across New Zealand and I’m pleased to be able to offer them our suite of products. Sensium offer a great customer experience and I’m looking forward to working with them over the coming months and years.”


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