Building a safer, greener and more productive world.
Coretex makes technology with a mission: fleet management solutions that make our world safer, greener and more productive.
With Coretex, you do more with less. Better for your people, your business and the planet.
Coretex. The driving force in telematics since 2001.
Coretex gives operators in North America, New Zealand and Australia the tools to maximize their assets, burn less fuel, avoid waste and boost safety. It offers a single platform, proven over 16 years in the most demanding sectors possible: construction, reefer and waste.
Coretex is only the second company granted the right to collect road user charges on behalf of the New Zealand government. Coretex collects millions of dollars in road user charges each week.
Privately-held Coretex is the product of a 2015 merger between construction industry telematics specialist Imarda, refrigerated logistics leader International Telematics and waste services expert Air-Trak.
Coretex. What's in a name?
The Coretex name holds two meanings:
First, it refers to the company's mission to transform fleet management by serving as its customers' core operational system.
Secondly, it refers to the cerebral cortex, the largest part of the brain and the one associated with higher brain functions such as thought and action.
Together, they are our vision: an intelligent, active, Single Point of Operational Truth.
The company’s business strategy is driven by a skilled and experienced leadership team.
Selwyn, who also serves as a director of Coretex, is known as a serial entrepreneur. He was co-founder and CEO of Imarda as well as co-founder, CEO and chairman of Endace, the first New Zealand registered company to list on the UKs AIM stock market.
Tracey is responsible for Coretex’s financial management and oversees its global financial function. She has a wealth of commercial financial experience in both technology and international companies. Tracey is the former CFO of Imarda and was earlier a commercial manager for Television New Zealand.
Tim leads Coretex’s global marketing strategy, drawing on a wealth of experience in developing high-growth tech companies. Formerly global VP of marketing for New Zealand tech success story Endace, he was most recently chief product officer for Serko.
Akinyemi leads our team of hardware, software and firmware engineers creating world-class fleet management solutions. With over 15 years in the IT sector, Akinyemi is a pragmatic technology pioneer and experienced solutions architect.
Dave served as president and CEO of Coretex constituent Air-Trak. Dave has held leadership roles at Tranzeo USA, Sensoria Corporation, Rockwell Semiconductor Systems and Brooktree Corporation.
Garry is responsible for Coretex’s business growth in Australia and New Zealand. Formerly general manager of Toll Specialised Transport, Garry has deep roots in the transport and IT sectors, including senior management roles with Diligo Consulting, NetApp, Tranz Rail and Mainfreight.
Dean co-founded Coretex constituent company International Telematics in 2005. He led its Australasian unit from 2007 to 2014 and then moved to the US to expand the company’s distributor network. Prior to International Telematics, Dean ran a number of distribution facilities for ExxonMobil and had his own successful automotive services business.
Coretex’s governance is in the hands of a five-strong board with a history of conspicuous success in a wide range of industries.
Mark Giles is the chairman of the board. A highly respected figure within the ICT industry, Mark has over 30 years’ experience in international sales and marketing. He has served on a number of boards, including Vodafone New Zealand and Alcatel, and is currently an independent director on several New Zealand boards.
Selwyn Pellett serves as a director and CEO of Coretex. Known as a serial entrepreneur, Selwyn was co-founder and CEO of Imarda as well as co-founder, CEO and chairman of Endace, the first New Zealand registered company to list on the UKs AIM stock market.
Donna Marris is an experienced executive with a career spanning the financial markets, media, not-for-profit and consumer products industries. For the last five years, Donna was a member of the executive team of Ecoya (NZX-listed company Trilogy) in marketing/brand and new product development roles and currently has responsibility for the Marris Family Investments.
John Walley is a shareholder, director, manager and technologist with significant international experience. He was the chief executive of the New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association until March 2015. John is currently a director and shareholder of Powerhouse, and a chair and shareholder of Horotane Investments and ProActive Software.
Brooke Bone is a portfolio manager with a particular emphasis on special situations for Milford Asset Management, including non-listed opportunities. Brooke previously worked for Macquarie Securities in New Zealand as a senior research analyst covering sectors including manufacturing, agriculture, mining and oil and gas.
Get your career rolling at Coretex.
If you’re inspired by technology with a mission and prefer to get stuck in rather than wait around for someone else to lead, talk to Coretex. Our fleet management solutions have won respect around the world. We’re agile and ambitious and we’re all about what’s happening next. We’re big on teamwork and open doors; we’re driven but still like to have fun. Sounds like you? We’re growing fast and there are tons of opportunities in engineering, sales and other critical functions.
Check out our current openings below; it just might be time to get your career rolling.