Representatives from tachograph and fleet management software provider Road Tech were in attendance at the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 Awards Dinner on 7 June, which was held at the Savoy Hotel in London.
The event is a celebration of Britain’s fastest growing and best performing private companies. Whilst Road Tech is not large enough to challenge the top 100 companies, such as Aston Martin, Grundon Waste, Dyson, Innocent Drinks, Dreams, Dr Martins, JCB, Carphone Warehouse and many others, the company reportedly beat stiff competition to be selected as one of ten chosen for the ‘Ones to Watch’ category.
The new ‘Ones to Watch’ category is designed to recognise “the very best of the rest, based on past and forecast profit growth, quality of their management team and their future plans” — the “rest” being smaller companies that have constantly performed, some of which go on to make it to the top 100.
Representing Road Tech at the event were Adrian Barrett (right) and Maureen Ballance (centre), who are pictured here with Iain Anderson (left), joint managing director of GAP Group in Glasgow, an alumni of the top 100 award.
“Despite going through the selection process, I don’t think that Adrian and I fully realised what an achievement it is to be selected, until we were actually at the awards dinner networking with the UK`s finest,” said Maureen Ballance.
“Everyone at Road Tech has played a part in our success and is dedicated to driving the business forward by giving our customers innovative, integrated and secure software solutions, combined with the best customer care, support and after sales service.
“There is no secret to it; Road Tech is a market leading successful company with thousands of customers, because what we do is based on this formula.”
Among Road Tech’s solutions for the transport industry are the Tachomaster tachograph analysis package, the Falcon tracking and telematics system, Roadrunner transport management software, the PreDrive driver walk-around checks app, and the Checkmaster DVLA licence checking system.