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ProVision rebrands as CameraMatics

ProVision Vehicle Cameras has rebranded, adopting the CameraMatics name already used by its vehicle camera and GPS tracking technology as it spotlights its safety solutions for global fleets.

CameraMatics said the recent opening of its first office in its US operation provided the perfect opportunity to rebrand

ProVision was founded in Ireland in 2016 by fleet experts Mervyn O’Callaghan and Simon Murray to help plug a gap in data and solutions for insurance risk management, drawing on their 20 years-plus knowledge and experience of fleets and fleet operations.

Within a year, the company launched in the UK market, winning numerous awards, securing substantial investment and becoming a FORS Associate.

The rebrand comes as the firm advances its international expansion plans with the opening of its first US office, based in Richmond, Virginia, where they plan to grow to around 100 employees.

CameraMatics founder and director Simon Murray commented: “As global leaders in vehicle safety solutions, CameraMatics is what we do – it’s who we are. The landmark launch of our new US business is the perfect opportunity to align all our streams under one name and one fresh new website – cameramatics.com.

“We invented CameraMatics – we are CameraMatics. That’s why ProVision is now known simply as CameraMatics.

“We’re the same business – the same team, the same award-winning solutions, the same great customer service that the industry expects from us.”

CEO and Founder Mervyn O’Callaghan added: “As well as CameraMatics being our product, it’s now our name worldwide and our new website cameramatics.com unites our global operations. There you can discover more about our customer-driven solutions for every type of vehicle and every size of fleet. To coincide with the rebrand we’ve launched a number of new features – do contact us to find out more about them.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.