Award from Frost and Sullivan

CANGO receives Customer Values Leadership Award from Frost and Sullivan

CANGO Technologies has been awarded by Frost and Sullivan with 2018 European FMS Interface and CANbus Solutions Customer Values Leadership Award.

Romania-based CANGO Technologies (CANGO) is a pioneer in the FMS CANbus solutions market. The interface’s features include FMS 3.0, driver behavior, driver scoring, driver performance assistant, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), Trailer integrated, and digital tachograph live data. All these features are combined in a unique hardware package that can be easily mounted to all vehicle segments, including heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs), light commercial vehicles (LCVs), buses, coaches, passenger cars, agricultural equipment, construction equipment, and mining equipment. CANGO offers elaborate services with its efficient CANGO FMS Interface, which provides twice the value for its price. (Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Research Report)

“It is a great honor and the most important validation that a company can get. Besides great products, great features, great customization, great people inside to achieve Leadership in Customer Value is something that each company would like to have. Getting this award from Frost and Sullivan it is more important to us and brings a lot of value.
In the same time we are very conscious that this award will set new standards and we will always target high and premium services. For the future CANGO will continue to answer to the most provocative requests with the same love and passion that drove us here”

Puiu Dumitru CANGO’s CEO

CANGO will continue to benefit from its well-established customer base built over the last 10 years, its lineup of disruptive products and technologies, and well-configured revenue plans in the coming years, standing firm as a strong name in the FMS interface market.
With its strong overall performance, CANGO has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Customer Value Leadership Award. (Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Research Report)