Pocket Box, the vehicle and driver management software specialist, was a winner at the Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards. The company received the business category for the development of innovative fleet technology applications that are helping vehicle operators to improve road safety, protect drivers and enhance compliance.
“Our cloud-based software is focused on optimising road safety by creating a holistic fleet ecosystem that ensures vehicles are kept road legal and safe, while staff are fit and eligible to drive,” explains Jim Finnegan, CEO of Pocket Box Ltd. “We are delighted to gain this this award from Road Safe NI, which is recognition for the progress we have made this year and the commitment of our entire team.”
Pocket Box Fleet is web-and app-based management tool that is designed to streamline fleet-related tasks for both businesses and drivers, providing a simple way to maintain compliance, reduce risk and save time and money. Launched at the end of 2022, the company is on track to reach over 5,000 managed vehicles on the system this year, with an exciting roadmap of future enhancements and integrations with complementary fleet technologies and applications planned.
The Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards, organised by Road Safe NI, took place at Cultra Manor in Holywood. A total of 14 awards were presented to individuals, organisations and special projects from across the voluntary, education, emergency service, public and business sectors, recognising their contribution to helping improve road safety in their communities. This year’s event was hosted by broadcaster and journalist, Frank Mitchell, and supported by headline sponsor, CRASH Services.
David Jackson, Chairperson of Road Safe NI, commented: “Pocket Box has made giant strides in the past 12 months, developing safety and compliance tools that are already benefitting many thousands of individual consumers and commercial fleet users. We are thrilled to celebrate their success that is making such a contribution to road safety in Northern Ireland, and which makes this award richly deserved.”