Transpoco to create 20 jobs in Dublin

Expansion follows launch of a new service by the company, which helps fleets reduce costs

Transpoco expansion follows the launch of a new service by the company, which helps Europe’s car, van and truck fleets reduce fuel, maintenance and insurance costs. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Transpoco expansion follows the launch of a new service by the company, which helps Europe’s car, van and truck fleets reduce fuel, maintenance and insurance costs. Photo: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

 

Dublin-based telematics company Transpoco is to create 20 jobs this year, doubling its workforce to 40.

The expansion follows the launch of a new service by the company, which helps Europe’s car, van and truck fleets reduce fuel, maintenance and insurance costs.

The new service called SynX integrates Transpoco GPS software with data from fuel cards to provide cost saving business intelligence.

The company already doubled its employment from 10 to 20 in 2015 on the back of the new service.

Transpoco chief executive Andrew Fleury said fleet managers are not fully exploiting GPS tracking technology, because they are too busy.

“They don’t have time to analyse data from different suppliers, such as fuel, vehicle maintenance etc. The SynX product automates this analysis and pinpoints key actions that need to be taken.”

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