Understanding the value of Connected Fleet in meeting NFP Challenges
It’s been called the biggest shake up since Medicare. In essence, the way Not for Profits (NFP) get funded is set to change. Individuals with disabilities will be afforded unprecedented power to choose and engage with different service providers for support services they require.
What this means to NFP’s that operate fleet vehicles to carry out their service?
Efficiency in vehicle utilisation will be a Competitive Advantage
Efficient vehicle utilisation will improve payment compliance
How to leverage on the Connected Vehicle in your Not for Profit ?
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3 Key Observations from last year
I was fortunate enough to hear from the National Fleet Sales Manager of this brand. I took away 3 key points from their presentation:
In summary, the points that this company raised not only help demonstrate why there are number one but provides an insight as to why they will most likely remain the preferred brand and potentially widen the gap between them and their respective rivals
If designed correctly, a Connected Car Program can deliver the following benefits to dealerships:
Send vehicles back in to dealerships for Planned Maintenance
Send vehicles back in to dealerships for Unplanned Maintenance
Tackle Mixed Fleet Challenges
Provide the right data, to the right stakeholders
Adding value to the Fleet Customer and Preparing for the Future
In summary, the “connected car” means different things to different to different stakeholders. For dealerships to truly leverage on it’s potential. It needs to be designed in a way that it will deliver most value to dealerships. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to find out more
Innovative disruption or just disrupting the after market Telematics sector?
Lately many local OEM’s are offering telematics services. Some are going to market by establishing strategic partnerships with established Telematics Service Providers (TSP). However, often the data that is derived from these systems are no different from what the TSP’s have been doing independently for almost 20 years.
The telematics market is already saturated with many competitors. OEM’s that white label an established after market telematics solution is only adding to an already congested market segment. Worse still, they might get pulled in to a fierce price war that is already happening within the segment.
So what’s the way forward for OEM’s and Automotive Distributors?
In summary, it’s great to see OEM’s and automotive stakeholders recognise the importance of digital but offering a telematics solution is nothing revolutionary. The sector is over serviced and Telcos have also jumped on the bandwagon in a market that is very price sensitive.
OEM’s and automotive stakeholders should leverage on digital but remain above “chaos” that currently exists in the telematics sector. Get in touch with us, if you want to know more