Omnicomm and leading Mexican information hub, transporte.mx, have organized breakfast for 38 people from 17 different businesses that all share Omnicomm's interest and passion for fuel management.
51st floor of the Torre Mayor in Mexico welcomed the key autumn fuel management industry event. Along with enjoying the breathtaking view over the Mexican capital, business specialists discussed several important matters for the business branch. Omnicomm's Boris Pankov analyzed different ways used to measure level of fuel in the tank underlining the importance of capacitive technology.
Boris also shared his insights on how to be successful on the market and gain competitive advantage. He noted that the success of the business comes from providing quality in all different stages of product distribution, including after sale services and data analysis.
Competitive advantage is built either by delivering certain value with a lower price than the competition or by delivering added value to the customers with comparative industrial costs. In fuel management business after sales service and fuel data analysis are of primary importance. They add value to clients and help to not only cut down fuel costs but also provide business intelligence and ongoing optimization and relevant data to the client for further business development.
CEO of the leading Mexican media Clemente Villalpando discussed the best practices on fuel management and how to prevent fuel theft, as well as how to deal with different theft incidents that have already been recognized. After sale services was another topic that held much interest among participants. It is indisputable that fuel management provides a benefit every month, and not only when it comes to integration and installation. In order to make the most from the fuel and fleet management, it is necessary to use data analysis for technology assessment in order to create the maximum results from the available resources.
Regular analysis of fuel data is crucial to recognize areas where strategic changes have the best return and shed light on factors that might become the company’s strongest possibilities and greatest threats.
On September 28, 2017 Omnicomm participated at a large telematics event that took place in Slovakia’s Bratislava: the Telematics Conference SEEurope. With a diverse range of business exhibitors and many visitors, including key stakeholders from the world of IT, communications and transportation technologies, the conference was dedicated to issues of monetization in the telematics market. Omnicomm made a solid impression with its comeback to the European scene, its team represented by Jens Strohschneider, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, and Dmitry Ilyin, Regional Sales Manager for Eastern and Western Europe.
Omnicomm has announced the results of the joint project with Strabag in Romania. The company reduced its monthly spending on the fleet by 30 percent thanks to Omnicomm fuel monitoring equipment.