CEO soars up top 100 list
The Algorithm People’s CEO has once again been named as one of the most influential people in the sustainable fleet sector.
The GreenFleet 100 Most Influential is an annual list of people who have shaped the zero and low-carbon fleet industry over the year. It is published by GreenFleet magazine, which has covered this sector for more than a decade.
Colin Ferguson, co-founder and CEO of The Algorithm People, is named in the GreenFleet 100 for the fourth year in a row – soaring more than 20 places higher than last year.
Colin said: “It is a real honour to be included in this prestigious list for the fourth consecutive year. This underlines the vital role that route optimisation will play in the drive to decarbonise road transport.
“Moving more than 20 places higher in the GreenFleet 100 also reflects the huge strides we made last year in terms of building a brilliant partner network and a loyal customer base.”
2020 was a transformational year for The Algorithm People, as it launched two exciting new solutions which cut both carbon emissions and costs for fleets.
My Transport Planner is the UK’s first fully pay-as-you-go route optimisation platform. Designed for vehicle operators of all sizes, it makes route optimisation affordable and accessible. Costing far less to use than the savings it generates, My Transport Planner delivers a proven return on investment. Clients include national builders merchant Selco Builders Warehouse, as well as a range of haulage, courier, home delivery and wholesale distribution companies.
The Algorithm People has also launched its Road Map to Decarbonisation, a unique blend of consultancy and data analytics which provides fleets with evidence-based answers on the best way to reduce emissions from their vehicle operations. Clients include major utilities such as Yorkshire Water.
The GreenFleet 100 Most Influential is a mix of fleet solutions providers, vehicle manufacturers, government figures, fleet managers and advocates that have all done something to make an impact on the low carbon fleet industry. You can find the full list here: https://gf100.greenfleet.net/gf100/2021?page=4