CanTrack presented with ISO 9001 certificate by Parliamentary Candidate for Milton Keynes South, Iain Stewart

Posted 1st June 2017

CanTrack’s management team and staff assembled in the company’s Central Milton Keynes offices on 25th May for an awards ceremony when Parliamentary Candidate for Milton Keynes South, Iain Stewart, presented CanTrack’s MD Peter Thompson with the company’s ISO:9001:2015 certificate, which was awarded by NQA, the leading global certification body. 

Iain commented, “I’m proud to have represented Milton Keynes South in Parliament and I hope to do so again shortly! MK is a vibrant business centre that can count world beaters like the Red Bull F1 team amongst a long list of responsible employers in the Borough. CanTrack is an excellent example of what we need more of in the British Economy, entrepreneurship, teamwork and innovation. CanTrack’s products help other businesses’ increase safety, security and efficiency all essential in this day and age.”

Iain Stewart, standing at the General Election for Milton Keynes South, was elected for the first time in 2010 and was re-elected in May last year. Iain was born in Hamilton in Scotland, he went to Hutchesons’ Grammar School in Glasgow before proceeding to Exeter University where he graduated with an honours degree in politics. Since 1993, he has lived in Milton Keynes where he moved to for his first job as a trainee accountant with Coopers & Lybrand. He was elected to represent the constituency of Milton Keynes South at the May 2010 general election, and lives in the Tattenhoe area in his constituency. Iain has a keen interest in transport policy and before the General Election he served as the Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin. After the 2015 election he was appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary to Rt. Hon. Dr Liam Fox MP, Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade.

ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS). It is the most widely used QMS standard in the world, with over 1.1 million certificates issued to organizations in 178 countries. ISO 9001 provides a framework and set of principles that ensure a common-sense approach to the management of an organization to consistently satisfy customers and other stakeholders. In simple terms, it provides the basis for effective processes and effective people to deliver an effective product or service time after time.

CanTrack’s product range allows the continuous monitoring of construction, agricultural and industrial equipment fitted with Asset, vehicles fitted with GPS and workers carrying People on one convenient and versatile web interface. Using the ISO 9000 process will enable the CanTrack team to deliver consistently excellent customer service, develop new innovative products and improve their already highly regarded user interface. Cantrack Asset has a 97% customer retention rate, attributable to great customer care and an exceptionally effective product which has a stolen equipment recovery rate of over 90%, 10 times that of all stolen equipment.

CanTrack Asset has an enviable reputation for protecting equipment and now CanTrack can protect lone workers with a system called ‘People’ which functions through a small device no bigger than a car key fob. Developed to provide safety and security for lone workers in remote and potentially hazardous environments People delivers continuous and accurate real-time location reporting, an SOS alert to mobile phones, intelligent fall detection and more. CanTrack People is being used at the CEA’s Plantworx Exhibition during the entire event, May 22nd to June 16th, at which the company will exhibit at for the first time on stand B51. At Plantworx CanTrack will show the live monitoring of site-workers at Bruntingthorpe using people, the multiple uses of CanTrack Asset for machine management and how CanTrack GPS can increase productivity. Visitors to the CanTrack stand will have the opportunity to win prizes in a ‘find the tracker’ competition! 

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