Masternaut Three X wins Best Company Award

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Masternaut Three X has been rated as one of Britain's best companies to work for. 

The Leeds-based vehicle tracking  firm  has received a Best Companies 2008 star status accreditation for its   outstanding workplaces and investment in people.  Masternaut Three X was  just one of  five companies in the business services sector to receive the  accolade.
 
Best Companies Accreditation follows a 'Michelin style' star rating and Masternaut Three X was awarded one star; a first class rating.  The Best Companies survey is designed to measure employee engagement and uses sixty six   questions to gain a comprehensive view of workplace engagement.  Based solely on  staff feedback, the accreditation assesses factors such as leadership,  well being and how employees rate their managers, team spirit and company  ethos.
 
"We have strived really hard to create a rewarding place to work here at Masternaut Three X." Says Masternaut Three X Managing Director Martin  Port." We have become one of the fastest growing companies in the UK and  the high motivation of all employees has been a crucial factor in that  success."
 
Masternaut Three X are recognised as leaders in vehicle telematics and mobile software solutions.  Including Europe there are now over 100,000 subscribers to Masternaut Three X and turnover this year will reach 50 million.  Last  year the company won acclaim as one of the fastest growing technology  companies with a listing in the Tech Track 100, the Sunday Times Award supported by  Microsoft.
 
"I would like to congratulate these companies on their outstanding achievement. Our role at Best Companies is to set a rigorous benchmark so that organisations can become even better employers.  This year it is encouraging to see  that the number of companies entering the accreditation scheme for excellence  in workplace engagement has grown by one third." Says Jonathan Austin, Chief Executive, Best Companies. 

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