Keetmanshoop Municipality reduces unauthorized vehicle use by 95% with Frotcom
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The council has 41 municipality vehicles, including small and heavy vehicles (emergency and waste collection vehicles), and needed a way to manage its fleet more effectively.
Mr. Hiskia Nangolo, Director at Frotcom Namibia, approached the council and did his presentation on the benefits and functionality of Frotcom. He focused on the needs of the council, emphasizing Frotcom’s strengths in parameters such as Fuel usage, After hours usage of vehicles, Idle time and Over speeding.
The municipality received other proposals for a vehicle tracking system. Despite the competition, the Frotcom proposal was the favoured solution, as its web based platform allows easy access to monitoring vehicles from any workstation. Additionally, the initial and the monthly costs proved that Frotcom had the most cost-efficient financial proposal.
Frotcom’s solution for the municipality was able to overcome the challenges of monitoring the fleet.