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Ecofleet strengthens commitment to Customer growth with new CEO
Ecofleet is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen Doran as it’s new Chief Executive Officer. Ecofleet was formed successfully in 2013 following the merger between Autolog and Oskando led by the interim CEO Indrek Jaaska who will continue to act as an advisor to the business. Since 2013 Ecofleet has expanded both organically and through acquisitions to establish itself as a leading player in the Scandinavian and Baltic regions with offices in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuana. Ecofleet service is being used by over 6000 companies and 60 000 vehicles.
Stephen Doran commented: “I’m pleased to be joining Ecofleet at this exciting time for the company and also for telematics sector as a whole. I’m looking forward to driving a period of sustained growth both in our core region and beyond. Ecofleet has an exceptionally advanced and scalable service offering and excellent Customer relationships to build from.”
Stephen Doran is an experienced CEO with a deep knowledge of telematics and fleet management. He created the first Insurance telematics proposition launched in the UK whilst working for Aviva in 2004, before going on to lead the stolen vehicle recovery and fleet telematics company Tracker, in the UK. Having returned the business to growth and profit he led the sale of the business in 2014.
He brings experience from a number of business sectors, including technology, Insurance, software and most recently in Telecoms where he successfully managed the sale of a non-core business.
Stephen has also lived and worked in Norway, France, North America, Germany and the UK working for companies including Arqiva, Tracker, Direct Line Group, Aviva, Brio software, Thomas Cook, Apple Computer and the Singer Company.
Bringing Stephen’s knowledge and experience into Ecofleet is a critical step towards delivering Ecofleet’s ambitious plans for growth in the telematics space, providing richer services to our customers challenging us to look beyond fleet management into the wider world of connected devices.