Vodafone cements its 'M2M' position in Ghana
Vodafone Ghana is consolidating its leadership in the ‘Machine-2-Machine’ technology space in Ghana. The concept, which has been touted as the new frontier of global telecommunications, is transforming the world of work and economic development across the globe.
Currently about 21- million Vodafone M2M SIMs are connecting assets in various industries in the world. Recently an independent study by Analysys Mason in some of the world’s biggest telecom companies revealed Vodafone Group as the best Machine to Machine (M2M) service provider in the world.
It was the fourth time in a row that the company had been recognised as the leader in the research. Now Vodafone is looking to leverage this global recognition to deliver connectivity solutions that will stand the test of time in Ghana.
Ghana’s telecommunications landscape continues to evolve with intense competition – and Vodafone is deploying ways of staying ahead of the rest. Vodafone’s capabilities in M2M in Ghana cover some of the most crucial areas of the economy including health, transport, logistics, banking, utilities and security.
These industries are using Vodafone’s SIM cards to connect devices to enhance their efficiency and productivity output. The focus is to deliver practical innovation to customers in Ghana and West Africa.
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