Jacksonville, Florida-based Pontoon, an HR outsourcing firm serving over 100 clients, recently entered a partnership with navigation device pioneer TomTom in a multi-year project to support the GPS giant’s External Temporary Worker Program in 37 markets.
“We are thrilled and simply honored to support TomTom’s External Temporary Worker Program,” Terri Manley, Pontoon’s head of EMEA delivery, said. “TomTom empowers movement, and their technology helps people around the world make smarter decisions every day. I’m confident that Pontoon can support its mission by delivering the best talent — people who will help TomTom maintain their brand promise to customers.”
In addition to navigation and mapping, TomTom markets specialized sport watches and action cameras. It allows over 4 billion users to access maps for 134 countries. Its four-part structure is comprised of Consumer, Telematics, Automotive and Licensing.
“Pontoon is a vital part of our continued success,” Arne-Christian van der Tang, TomTom’s SVP for group human resources, said. “The partnership will drive quality processes related to management of our External Temporary Worker Program, ensuring that TomTom is optimally equipped to deliver on company goals across the countries we operate in.”
TomTom was founded in 1991. Its contract with Pontoon, begun in November, will ensure a supply of skilled professional staffers for at least the next three years.
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