Friday 22nd November 2019
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Eroad took nine years to sell 100,000 of its telematics units and chief executive Steven Newman reckons the firm can more than double that in the next five. Twenty-eight American and Australasian telematics firms have each sold more than 100,000 units, taking on average 12 years to get there. Of...
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