09 / 12 / 2016

Wialon Ranks 4th among Top 20 Fleet Management Software by Capterra

Capterra – a large online directory of business software vendors, headquartered in the US (Arlington) – has updated its TOP 20 most popular fleet management software developers in 2016. Wialon platform by Gurtam was rated the 4th among the most popular fleet management systems in the world, up from the 13th position last year and 18th position back in 2014.

The rankings combine three measures of overall popularity: customer base, number of users, and online presence. With some 10,000+ customers, 180,000+ users, and an online presence that includes nearly 2000 followers, Wialon took the 4th place in the rating, leaving behind such key market players as Verizon, Omnitracs and Trimble.

“The rank does not confer privilege or give power – it imposes responsibility. Therefore Gurtam is determined to work twice harder next year to bring customers the ultimate GPS tracking solutions. And as a result we hope next year Wialon will be among TOP 3 best fleet management software in Capterra rating since there’s no luck in business.” – says Volha Smirnova, Gurtam Chief marketing officer.

According to the analytical report of Berg Insight market research firm Wialon has been recognized as the leading GPS tracking and fleet management system in Russia and the CIS in 2013, 2014 and 2015, bringing us 36% the market share in FMS segment. So the new rating by Capterra shows Gurtam is determined to strengthen Wialon presence worldwide.

About Gurtam

Gurtam is a software development company based in Minsk, Belarus. It is well-known around the globe thanks to its Wialon tracking system. In 2006 Wialon was released and by 2014 it has become the most popular system for vehicle monitoring in the CIS countries with a market share of 36% . Today Gurtam offices work in Belarus (Minsk), Russia (Moscow), the USA (Boston), the UAE (Dubai). Gurtam portfolio comprises hundreds of projects performed for companies from building & construction, logistics, agricultural and mining industries.


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