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Big telematics upgrade for logistics giant

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GLOBAL fleet management software provider MiX Telematics has announced an agreement to be the preferred telematics provider for African focused logistics heavyweight Imperial.

According to MiX Telematics, this strategic business partnership allows for the alignment of data and reporting across Imperial, which has been a customer for more than 10 years.

The new agreement means that MiX’s premium solution will be implemented across Imperial’s entire fleet. “The telemetry data provided is integrated seamlessly into Imperial’s management systems, providing an overall view of operations, allowing for rich data analysis and the identification of trends for continuous efficiency improvements,” the company said in a statement.

In addition, the MiX Track and React bureau service will be utilised to ensure safe vehicle and driver operations. The fleet’s safety and monitoring are further enhanced with the MiX Vision camera solution and MiX Vision bureau service, the benefits of which are greater visibility and insights into Imperial’s vehicles and drivers in real-time.

“Our expertise in fleet telematics and security services adds value to Imperial’s business and is testament to how successful our solutions are at meeting the specific requirements of a leading logistics provider. Together, our advanced artificial intelligence powered technology solutions present new growth opportunities for both businesses,” said Gert Pretorius, Managing Director at MiX Telematics Africa.

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