Fidelity Services Group, southern Africa’s largest integrated security solutions provider and the industry leader in protection innovation, is using Apex BI’s Clarity IoT platform to underpin its innovative Fidelity SecureDrive solution – an offering from Fidelity that delivers insurance telematics, smart fleet management and data insights. Fidelity SecureDrive extends Fidelity’s well-known residential and commercial security brand into the fleet management […]
Issued by Apex Business IntelligenceJohannesburg, 29 Apr 2022Read time 1min 50sec Apex BI’s decision to adopt a wholly channel-based go-to-market strategy represents a massive opportunity for entrepreneurs and established channel players alike. One such established channel player is Sizwe Africa IT Group, one of South Africa’s leading integrated ICT solution providers, founded in 1999. The company
Technology expense management can drive business growth, as it takes charge of tech expense sprawl as opposed to applying fear-based cost-cutting. Ask any CFO what is crucial to business sustainability, and they will most likely respond that it is cost management, with the focus typically being on cost-cutting exercises. But the digital era has brought
Without the appropriate technology on your side, it is virtually impossible to effectively manage the mobile costs and consumption generated by your remote workforce. Below is an extract from our recent interview with the esteemed Bronwyn Nielsen, CEO of the Nielson Network. “Are your data costs hurting your business? Providing employees with widespread data access
Broll Property Group achieves impressive 57% saving on lockdown mobile costs through Apex BI solution – Clarity™
In response to the pandemic and related regulatory changes, the Broll Property Group initiated its default business continuity plan, which determined that a higher number of employees would work remotely, thus increasing the need for, and reliance on, mobile connectivity. This meant that the group was strategically and operationally virtually immediately ready to continue serving
Large enterprises that scrambled to deploy remote workforces at the start of the lockdown last year unwittingly stood to be crippled by massive communications costs – with mobile data consumption by some organisations spiking by up to several terabytes of mobile data in a single month. This is according to systems integrator iOCO and technology
The current global pandemic has changed our working lives forever. Remote working, once considered to be a perk, now has the potential to become the norm for many organisations. We believe that it will. The temporary lockdowns will eventually lift, but remote working is here to stay and organisations need to start preparing themselves now.
Remote working… a way of working no longer just considered to be a perk or that special pre-requisite put forward by millennials joining your organisation. Remote working has become the standard for the majority of organisations in this unprecedented time of COVID-19. The impact that remote working is having on mobile voice and data consumption
Technology expense management can be used to create an accountability culture on all sides of the business landscape: vendor, management and user. It’s no secret that the role of IT in the enterprise has evolved from being the back-office provider of IT services and technology, to the forefront of technology services adoption. Embracing new technologies
MiX Telematics Africa and Apex BI are together demonstrating how it is possible to manage an ever-expanding Internet of Things (IoT) environment. The IoT sector is much hyped but few realise that one of the most challenging aspects of a world of connected devices is how to manage the sprawling IT network it will create.