WebEye Magyarország opens office in Poznan

In Hungary

Hungarian company WebEye Magyarország, which sells vehicle tracking technology, has set up an office in Poznan, the company said today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

The office is the companyʼs second in Poland after Krakow, and it plans to open more. 

WebEye tracks more than 45,000 delivery vehicles around Europe.

WebEyeʼs revenue rose 17% to more than HUF 3.5 billion last year. Almost half of turnover came from business abroad. The company has units in Romania, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Germany, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Austria and Portugal, in addition to Hungary and Poland. It also partners with resellers in Ukraine and Serbia.

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