Du announces partnership with SamTech to offer M2M enterprise solutions

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End-to-end offering from du makes customers’ M2M connectivity needs even more simple.

du, the Middle East’s fastest-growing telecommunications company, has announced a partnership with SamTech to offer new and innovative solutions, including connected fleet Management, Smart Job Management, Smart Transportation and Smart Waste Management, as part of its machine-to-machine (M2M) strategy. Through this collaboration, du is expanding its bouquet of managed services to better serve the needs of its business customers.

As part of the scope of the offering, du will provide end-to-end M2M solutions including data connectivity, SIM cards, devices and managed reporting, as a one-stop-shop to meet customers’ needs in this space.

Hatem Bamatraf, Executive Vice President, Enterprise, du, said:
“We are pleased to have joined forces with SamTech to extend the offerings in our managed services bouquet. We are confident that the addition of more M2M-focused solutions in our portfolio will be of great interest and benefit to our enterprise customers’ businesses.”

“Through our partnership with du, we come one step closer to our vision of being a sustainable service provider of wireless tracking, fleet and asset management solutions in the Middle East.”

This alignment with du was a natural choice for us to join hands with a leading partner, to provide our sustainable services and high quality products to a wider range of customers,” said Samir Ibrahim Abdul Hadi, President and CEO, SamTech.

M2M enables automated communication between remote machines, and centralized management of applications. It provides real-time monitoring and control without the need for human intervention. M2M solutions are the fastest-growing offering in the telecom space, delivering innovations at a staggering pace and catalyzing the growth of the industrial internet.

du’s ever-growing stack of M2M offerings provides solutions for key verticals such as transport and logistics, energy and utilities, healthcare and retail. The solutions are delivered through a managed services model, taking the company one step closer to realize its vision of offering industrial M2M solutions that are designed to meet and exceed customers’ business needs.

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