From 4th to 7th March, Inosat and VIVACOM showed at Hassi Messaoud international trade show presenting to visitors the GPS advanced fleet management solutions designed to meet the needs of companies in the Oil & Gas sector.
During 4 days, Inosat and VIVACOM showed at the fourth edition of International Trade Show Hassi Messaoud Products and Services Suppliers, which allowed both companies to explore important business opportunities with the operators on this sector enabling them to get in contact with decision makers in the heart of the Algerian oil and gas industries.
VIVACOM General Manager, Mr. Didier Fontaine comments that “Hassi Messaoud has the advantage of gathering the most influencing companies in the gas and oil sector, giving us the opportunity to show at one place our solutions”.
In fact Inosat has developed a solution based on the needs of security and control of companies operating in the areas of Special Transports that increasingly need to ensure safety and compliance with progressively more demanding rules. According to Inosat this solution allows companies to: reduce accidents due to driver negligence, eliminate fuel and cargo thefts and ensure vehicles’ safety.
During the show Inosat’s booth has received a quite impressive number of visitors interested in knowing more information on Inofleet for Oil & Gas. Didier Fontaine acknowledges the success of the participation “we are experiencing a quick growth in Algeria. Part of our success is that we have a very strong solution that adjusts to specific sectors needs. Another reason of this success is VIVACOM supplies Inofleet in Software as a Service model (SaaS), which fully complies with all Algerian laws.
VIVACOM and Inosat are experiencing quick growth in the Algerian market. We invested on this tradeshow having as aim the Inofleet presentation to a market niche not yet explored, that clearly needs our solution. With this participation we were able, not only to promote our solutions, but also to experience an effective potential of business growth, the leads collected represent a total of 1,000 vehicles.