Vodafone Qatar reveals updated ‘Fleet Management’ solution

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Qatar’s leading telecommunications service provider Vodafone Qatar has introduced an enhanced Internet of Things (IoT) Fleet Management solution that allows businesses to strengthen the efficiency of their fleet operations.

The most recent version of this service, which is maintained end-to-end by Vodafone Qatar, provides real-time information such as traffic data, vehicle position, fuel consumption, vehicle status, and staff work-time.

The revised Fleet Management system now comes in two variants. The ‘Advanced solution’ allows businesses access to a variety of advanced features that may be adjusted to the specific needs of both company administrators and drivers. The ‘Plug & Go’ solution is designed for enterprises that do not require as many complex features, allowing corporate administrators to swiftly adopt the solution to improve customer service and operations.

Mahday Saad Al Hebabi
Mahday Saad Al Hebabi
Business Services Director
Vodafone Qatar

“Businesses should harness IoT solutions as a strategic asset to support their commercial decisions. But implementing new technologies can be daunting and can often be a reactive move rather than a proactive, strategic decision. Our aim is to make the selection and adoption of IoT solutions easier, more accessible, and affordable for all businesses. Our next-generation Fleet Management solution, underpinned by our strongest ever GigaNet network, means that they can leverage new technologies and digitally transform their operations whilst building customer trust.”

According to the company, both versions offer tracking, notifications, and reporting, and all data may be accessed remotely via a dedicated web portal or a mobile application. Users can also assign tasks, dispatch jobs, and plan routes for drivers in the ‘Advanced’ version.

Furthermore, IoT technology has also been proven to help companies that manage fleets to meet regulatory and corporate sustainability targets by reducing fuel use and carbon emissions.

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