In today's economy, companies realise the need for delivering the highest quality products and services to the customer as quickly as possible to sustain an advantage over their competitors. To achieve this, successful companies need to focus on "Core Competencies" that directly help them meet their business objectives. The DigiCore Information Bureau (DIB) can help you meet your business objectives by providing the tools and services to allow your company to concentrate on your core business into the future.
The DIB is a 24/7/365 operation designed to optimise companies and share Fleet Management technology in one control room environment without compromising the customer's independence and identity. It allows fleet operators a cost-effective access service that adds value in terms of service and operating costs to both their own businesses and those of their clients and customers.
There is no restriction on the number of fleets that the DIB can manage, and our fleet management platform is configured to match the specific operational requirements of each fleet and not to compromise service delivery to other customers. Each fleet can have different operating modes, fleet management schedules and rules, as well as access to the vast number of system configuration options. In other words, you control the way you want the service to operate in the manner that best meets your requirements. This level of sophistication and flexibility is only available with the world-class Ctrack fleet management platform and service provided by the DIB.
DigiCore Information Bureau Overview
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- South Africa
The DIB is a division of Ctrack SA (Pty) Ltd and has been in operation since October 2003. It provides two primary services, namely:
- Fleet, Risk and Reporting Management
- Stolen Vehicle Recovery
This division monitors in excess of 40000 vehicles, producing customer required reports as well as managing the recovery of hijacked or stolen vehicles on a 24/7/365 basis. Staffing resources are planned on vehicle growth and signed contract requirements and can cater for various international languages if a contract so requires. New staff members are employed and fully trained to perform all related functions before functioning operationally. This training is comprehensive and includes operational aspects such as monitoring, reporting, recovery management and technical support for Ctrack software and hardware products.
2.1 Fleet, Risk and Reporting Management
The DIB provides an extensive 24/7/365 proactive Fleet, Risk and Reporting Management Service. The DIB has an outstanding, fully trained team that is experienced in planning, implementing and the successful delivery of Fleet Management solutions worldwide. With a thorough knowledge of the industry, the DIB understands the customer's complex requirements and will implement solutions and procedures, in collaboration with the customer, to minimise risks and maximise return on investment in order to assist the customer to meet their objectives and positively contribute to the growth of their business.
This service allows customers the freedom to concentrate on their core business, whether you are a small fleet looking to grow, or a larger fleet needing to optimise the performance of the business, and to have access to fleet management information on a daily, weekly or monthly basis without setting up their own control room and spending unnecessary time and money on employing additional resources to perform this function.
2.2 Stolen Vehicle Recovery Management
The DIB provides an extensive 24/7/365 proactive Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service (SVR). This service has managed to maintain a recovery rate of above 90%; 20% higher than the 70% South African expected industry rate. Alarm exceptions are monitored for various different types of fleet assets for companies in Africa and in other continents where required.
The DIB has an extensive recovery network throughout southern Africa. The resources include the availability of helicopters on an ad hoc basis in the three major South African metropolitan cities and Ground recovery teams that are strategically spread across the country. Ground recovery teams are also based in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia to recover vehicles that have already crossed the borders. Networking structures are also in place throughout Europe to provide resources for recoveries if required