MetTel, a communications company, has announced a new set of technology products designed to help companies and municipal governments activate their mobile workforce and vehicle fleet assets with IoT connectivity: MetTel's Fleet Management Solutions.
The new offering harnesses telematics, mobile devices, mobile network connectivity and mobile applications to accelerate workflow through mobile workforce management and field service automation.
"For years, most telematics companies have offered one piece of the puzzle, whether GPS-based tracking, Geofencing or ELD (Electronic Logging Device) automation," said Ryan Crandell, director, MetTel Fleet Management. "As transportation functions become digitized, MetTel Fleet will ensure your fleet assets and mobile workers aren't just isolated dots on a map. We have the power to connect the dots and activate your mobile workforce as one cohesive, productive and efficient unit that drives the business forward."
MetTel's mobile connectivity through an integrated network of 650 carriers in more than 170 countries and its intelligent communications management platform are helping the company transform telematics to take advantage of an IoT connected world. The company has formed an ecosystem of strategic partners in the telematics space, providing multiple options to customers ensuring all telematics components are seamlessly integrated and workflow apps or devices such as the new iPhone can be easily added to the solution.
"The launch of MetTel's Fleet Management Solutions is aligned to our overall IoT strategy," said Max Silber, VP, Mobility & IoT, MetTel. "This latest offering leverages best-in-class solutions and ubiquitous global connectivity to turn mobile assets into viable business process enhancements."
MetTel's Fleet Management Solutions platform has six core areas of focus categorized as: SaaS Based Management Portal, Mobile Worker Apps, Mobile Management Apps, Remote Camera, Dispatch & Route Planning and Motor Carrier Services for the business Fleet.
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