Scope partners with leading companies the world over to successfully deliver market leading telematics solutions to the insurance, aftermarket and fleet markets. Selected strategic partners include:

Audatex is a selected partner of Scope Technology


Audatex is an international insurance claims solution market brand, a Solera Holdings company. (NYSE: SLH). With branches around the world, Audatex improves performance and increases returns for their clients and their trading partners. For a complete list of Solera and Audatex sister companies, see

CSC is a parter of scope technology


Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is a global leader of next-generation information technology (IT) services and solutions. Its insurance solutions include life insurance, annuities and pensions, property and casualty, general insurance and reinsurance. CSC is based in Falls Church, Virginia, USA, and with major offices in more than 70 countries across the globe.

Eucon partners with Scope Technology


Based in Germany, Eucon is a global solutions provider for business performance management and a specialist in added-value information systems. With leading market intelligence solutions, Eucon simplifies product management in the global automotive aftermarket. The company also supports insurance companies to use automated and standardized processes for a qualified and cost-efficient claims settlement.

TecAlliance partners with Scope Technology


TecAlliance is Europe’s leading information and communications platform in the independent automotive aftermarket. Headquartered near Munich, Germany, TecAlliance consists of the TecDoc, TecRMI and TecCom brands. Whether you need to identify product or vehicle data, automate order and delivery processes or providing repair and information, TecAlliance is your central point of contact.

Telit partners with Scope Technology


Telit Wireless Solutions (TWS) is a subsidiary of Telit Communications PLC. TWS headquarters are located in London, with regional headquarters in Italy, U.S.A., Brazil and Korea. TWS enables the global machine-to-machine (m2m) movement including cellular connection of devices to each other and the Internet of Things (IoT).