Most connected fleets are supported by fragmented solution providers using soon-to-be obsolete cellular connectivity. Sourcing and vendor management leaders must engage BU stakeholders to upgrade fleet connectivity, consolidate vendor relationships and extract broader value from IoT fleet solutions.
- Enterprise Fleets Face Major Disruption From Cellular Network Changes
- Proactively Assess Current Fleet Vendors With an Eye for Long-Term IoT Solution Viability and Total Cost of Ownership
- Kick Off Solution Replacement Process 18 to 24 Months Before Network Shutdown
- Choose IoT Fleet Solution Vendors That Can Support Long-Term Evolving Data Requirements
- Prioritize Multimode LTE-Enabled Connectivity for IoT Fleet Solutions
- Enterprises Should Turn Upgrade Effort Into Opportunity to Consolidate Fleet Solution Vendors
- Expand Value of IoT Fleet Solutions by Enlisting Support and Buy-In From Multiple Business Units
- Prioritize IoT-Based Fleet Vendors That Offer Comprehensive Driver Monitoring and Training Solutions
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