(Lotus F1 Team)
Winter testing is well underway in Jerez, Spain at the moment but off track the teams are still extremely busy and at the Lotus F1 Team it is no exception as they confirmed a new technology partner on Tuesday.
The Enstone outfit have signed an agreement with Disruptive SaaS – based enterprise mobility platform vendor Capriza.
The new agreement will see the Lotus F1 Team utilise Capriza’s mobile solution to enable the team to extend critical information systems to mobility and simplify how team personnel processes vital business tasks. Speaking about the new agreement, Lotus F1 Team CEO, Matthew Carter stated:
'It’s very exciting for Lotus F1 Team to work with a dynamic new partner like Capriza who offer a unique proposition in the marketplace and are a superb addition to our existing portfolio of partners, enhancing the technology platform of Enstone to make us even more agile and dynamic, no matter where we are.
The Formula 1 season comprises of 20 races taking place around the world, so this solution which enables us to act and react instantly, no matter where we are on the planet, brings tangible value to the team as we fight for results through the year.'
Capriza Vice president and Managing Director, International Russell Acton commented:
'Capriza is excited about the partnership with Lotus F1 Team and working with them on extending their global business to mobile. We have huge momentum; we are growing quickly and now expanding our footprint internationally. Formalizing relationships with fast, dynamic, innovative partners are very strategic for us.
For a Formula 1 team, it’s all about winning. High performance teams like Lotus F1 Team need technology to work for them, not against them. Today, people demand simplicity in their work - from anywhere. If you can provide the team instant access to information anytime, anywhere, you can develop a huge advantage over your competition. We will deliver this with the same speed and innovation representative of Lotus F1 Team.
Capriza disrupts the speed and economics of running a business in a mobile world, and we look forward to helping Lotus F1 Team gain a competitive advantage with greater efficiency, productivity and mobility. We join the team at the start of their 2015 season and will be rapidly deploying our solutions to make a positive impact on the team’s productivity and efficiency as they develop their exciting new car for the year ahead.'
© Ben Johnston 2015