Ooredoo has introduced the new Ooredoo Asset Management solution that leverages the Internet of Things (IoT) to optimise business operations and enable new services.
Across industry verticals, such as facilities management, construction, manufacturing, oil and gas, and transport and logistics, organisations often face challenges in monitoring and optimising their assets and related work efficiency across multiple and distributed sites or projects. These assets can include machines, equipment and devices, ranging from construction machines to power
In response to feedback from customers, Ooredoo’s Asset Management is a cloud-based solution that allows organisations to gain full and real-time visibility on their assets. Qatar’s organisations can optimise their costs, productivity, efficiency and predictive maintenance, a statement notes.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operations officer, Ooredoo Qatar, said: “Ooredoo Asset Management is a worry-free and end-to-end solution that integrates hardware devices, the Internet of Things, mobile connectivity, and cloud-based applications. Qatar’s organisations can gain full visibility on their assets and optimise performance – all for better asset investment and a competitive
One of the biggest business benefits for Ooredoo Asset Management is for organisations to create historical benchmarking across assets in projects, sites, and equipment types.
Organisations can also visually understand asset location and maps, along with asset inventory, utilisation rates, work efficiency and environmental conditions, and strict asset
Asset Management, part of Ooredoo’s expanding IoT portfolio, runs on the innovative Ooredoo IoT platform. Organisations can rest assured that their data is securely hosted in-country in Ooredoo’s industry-leading Tier 3-certified Qatar Data Centre.
Business customers “can leverage the Ooredoo Advantage, making Ooredoo ‘Best for Business’, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and for being a trusted partner for 60 years”.
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