Microlise Group secures Bidfood contract renewal

5 December, 23
Microlise Group, a leading global provider of innovative technology solutions, has today announced the extension of its partnership with Bidfood

Microlise Group, a leading global provider of innovative technology solutions, has today announced the extension of its partnership with Bidfood, a distinguished leader in foodservice distribution. The Group has supplied software solutions to Bidfood for over a decade, and this latest renewal is reflective of the trust that has been built between the two brands.

Bidfood has been harnessing the power of the Group’s ‘Fleet Performance’ product, providing state-of-the-art telematics and tracking capabilities, both of which seamlessly integrated with precision temperature monitoring. Over the years, the product has played an instrumental role in enhancing the efficiency and reliability of Bidfood’s expansive fleet operations, with the software now in use across 984 fleet vehicles – up 4% from the previous contract.

Speaking on the renewal, Charlie Brackley, Microlise Group’s Head of Account Management, said:

“We are delighted to have Bidfood onboard for another three years. The trust they have placed in our technology – and our team – over the past decade underscores the substantial value we bring to its operational framework.

“Microlise remains resolute in its commitment to provide innovative solutions that consistently elevate efficiency, safety, and sustainability for Bidfood’s expanding fleet.”

Luke Poundall, Bidfood’s Procurement Manager, added:

“We’re really pleased to continue our partnership with the team at Microlise and looking forward to working with them over the next three years.”

This renewal highlights the shared vision of both Microlise Group and Bidfood, turning the spotlight on their collective commitment to pioneering innovation, operational efficiency, and the consistent delivery of excellence.

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