This week would have seen the Commercial Vehicle Show taking place at the NEC in Birmingham.
Newquay-based company Technopoly, which provides fleet and workshop management software to the commercial vehicle industry, would have been there showcasing the latest developments of its ‘Accelerator’ software.
Not to be denied though, Technopoly has this week been running its own ‘Virtual CV Show’ offering online demonstrations, ‘on-stand’ chat facilities and a chance for existing Accelerator customers to benefit from some free ‘show offer’ training.
The Virtual CV Show has been driven by the recently-appointed Ashley Tankard, who has been sharing social media posts every day.
Victoria Baker, MD of Technopoly, said: “This is our first ever ‘virtual show’ but it has given us the opportunity to have conversations with potential new customers as well as ensure existing customers are maximising the use of Accelerator.
“We are also working hard to help our many commercial vehicle customers who right now are providing valuable services to the NHS as well as those who operate in the distribution and delivery sector.”