Become A Channel Partner2020-02-19T09:58:03+00:00


As an ACSS Channel Partner, you’re able to offer the best products and solutions that are available in the market and combine it with your expertise. This partnership model is perfectly suitable for expert consultants in the field of logistics, fleet management and connected car technology. You will be providing a best-in-class service both on the Telematics and Mobile CCTV side of our offering.

We are dedicated to helping you to grow your business and expand your customer base. Therefore, If you are determined to offer the best products and solutions to your network. ACSS can help you to respond to your customers demand to optimise fleet management by offering them high-end Telematics and Mobile CCTV solutions. Gain customer excellence while rapidly increasing your revenue by selling our telematics and Mobile CCTV plans to your customers. Get in touch with us to see how you can team up with ACSS.

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Our drivers are much happier now that they are equipped with a user-friendly system which not only supports their driving, but protects them from false claims. The evidence based system has reduced the insurance cost on our fleet, which was a massive bonus. The system is now installed on most our rigid vehicles and we hope to continue our relationship with ACSS in the future


Compared to my last Tracking company, you are cheaper and faster. As live tracking is much better. I am pleased.


ACSS’ AdvancedVision system has allowed us to operate on the Crossrail Project, which has significantly improved our company profile. We have found that it has reaped other benefits, including reduced insurance premiums and improved driver behaviour

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