For the second year running, Collision Management Systems has reached the finals of the Connected Britain Awards, taking its place among the UK’s top Internet of Things (IoT) technology innovators.
This is a great result and acknowledgement of the work that Collision Management Systems is doing in the world of telematics, employee and sensor data aggregation.
Working with insurers, fleet operators and transport companies, CMS’ platform utilises the latest developments in the IoT to reduce risk, speed up FNOL notifications and keeping people safe.
Launched in 2018, the Connected Britain Awards recognise all parts of the digitally-connected eco- system, from operators and alt-nets to government departments, local authorities and superfast bodies and other stakeholders, including vendor companies like Collision Management Systems.
The IoT category looks for companies that have undertaken IoT based projects, with evidence of strong performance, success and referenced results.
“We are delighted to be included in this years shortlist. “ says Charles Smith, CEO and founder of Collision Management Systems.
“Our success in this category, reflects the central role that our data and risk management solutions are taking within the rapidly expanding connected car ecosystem. Autotech, insurance, automotive and fleet businesses are turning to CMS to help them unlock new value and enrich services.
We understand that competition for this year’s awards are particularly high, so would be thrilled to receive a win in June.”
The results will be revealed at the Connected Britain Conference and event, the Business Design Centre in London on the 18th of June 2019.