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Mobile & Wireless

Vodafone Ghana launches vehicle fleet management service

Friday 9 November 2012 | 13:01 CET | News
Vodafone Ghana has launched a service to track and manage fleets of vehicles and general mobile assets for companies. It is meant to address challenges facing business entities including driver idling, speeding, hijacking, fuel and car theft, high operating cost and safety of staff and property. Other features includes fuel sensors for monitoring consumption, digital cameras for taking pictures around the vehicle, audio voice recognition for communication with the driver, magnetic locks for extra security and coded log-in features for knowing the identity of the driver. It also seeks to assist business customers with five or more vehicles within the corporate and government institutions to increase productivity.

Derek Appiah, Director of Business Solutions at Vodafone, said the service uses a GPS tracking device with a data SIM installed in the vehicle, and tracking software installed on a computer and accessed by the customer through the internet or a mobile phone. William Agyei, Head of Product and Proposition at Vodafone, said the service sends event reports to the customer via SMS, email and pop-up signals.


Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Vodafone Ghana
Countries: Ghana
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