Gold Coast based telecommunications provider, Pivotel, has been awarded the Mayor’s Innovation GC Award at the 2020 Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards for its world leading enterprise worker safety and asset monitoring solution, Tracertrak.
The Tracertrak system utilises satellite connectivity to keep more than 11,000 remote and isolated workers around the world safe and connected each day, providing global resource tracking and monitoring for enterprise and government organisations.
Pivotel CEO Peter Bolger said the Mayor’s Innovation GC Award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Pivotel team who continued to thrive during such a tumultuous year.
“We’re honoured to be acknowledged for excellence at this year’s Awards. The Gold Coast has really transformed into Australia’s epicenter for business innovation, so we’re incredibly proud to be recognised alongside other local companies doing some incredible work both locally and internationally,” Mr Bolger said.
“Our team’s natural thirst for innovative work and commitment to excellence has existed since the company’s early days and this award is demonstrates this culture has not wavered during the coronavirus pandemic.”
“We’re incredibly proud of the Tracertrak system, developed right here on the Gold Coast.”
“Tracertrak brings communication and safety solutions once only available in the city to businesses and government organisations operating in rural and remote environments.”
“As one of our flagship home-grown products, we’re now looking to expand Tracertrak’s reach into global markets. We expect the US and Canadian markets to offer a market tenfold the size of Australasia and anticipate significant growth for this product offering in the coming years.”
“It’s a very exciting time for the Pivotel business as the company continues on a strong growth trajectory after years of demonstrating consistently strong financial and employee growth.”
“From here, it is our intention to continue delivering innovative product solutions and offering high-quality customer service while growing the business both domestically and internationally.”
In 2018, Pivotel were also awarded the Mayor’s Innovation GC Award for the development of Australia’s first custom-built mobile network named ecoSphere® by Pivotel which fills the communication coverage gap for rural and remote businesses and communities often forgotten by the major mobile telcos.
About Pivotel – Connected, everywhere
Pivotel is Australian owned and operated with unrivalled expertise in remote communications providing 105,000 satellite based services to people who live, travel or have business operations outside of mobile coverage. Pivotel’s headquarters are located in Southport, Queensland with offices spread around Australia, New Zealand, United States of America, Latin America and Indonesia. All of Pivotel’s customer touchpoints are local, supported by an experienced network of engineers, application developers, customer care agents and over 250 dealers.
Pivotel maintains a mobile carrier licence and operates ground infrastructure in Australia and is licenced to provide retail telecommunications services in the USA, Latin America and New Zealand. It is the only Australian carrier with direct connection to the world’s four major mobile satellite networks: Iridium, Inmarsat, Thuraya and Globalstar. The company’s suite of satellite and mobile technologies enable remote connectivity via satellite phones, satellite broadband, personnel and asset trackers, IOT, Machine to Machine connections and specialist maritime communications. Pivotel Group’s 4G mobile network, ecoSphere®, extends its carrier network to deliver complementary terrestrial wireless services to rural and remote Australians operating outside the coverage footprint of the major mobile networks.
For more information on Tracertrak, visit www.pivotel.com.au.