Features
15 sep 22

"A place for developing ways to solve challenges" Lytx

Latin America certainly has challenges amidst the global uncertainties we face today, but it is the willingness to learn and network by fleet and mobility experts which helps bring events such as the Fleet LatAm Conference to the 30+ country region.

Being brought to you in three languages (English, Spanish, and Portuguese), the event will take place next week (19-20 September) in Mexico City.

Among the challenges in the region, according to Robert Donahue who is Senior Manager for Channel and International Sales at Lytx, is that fleets under management can be far from the office and in quite remote areas. 

“Remember that the availability of infrastructure in terms of cellular connectivity an overall coverage is key to remote monitoring, and that appropriate monitoring of these vehicles is what ensures fleet health and driver safety and security,” Mr. Donahue says. 

Other challenges to face are that players need to deal with multiple languages and cultural norms and supply chain issues. As such, providers must be savvy yet focused on when/where/how to support.

Today, the region is experiencing exciting growth as global companies want to manage their fleets across borders. “While there are many similar challenges, there are also exciting opportunities for us to support, says the executive, explaining opportunities such as those associated with improving driver safety/security, monitoring policy compliance, assisting fleets in operating more efficiently, and reducing costs associated with collisions.

As for the Fleet LatAm Conference, "we are excited to share our knowledge and to meet in-person with partners and customers. Our goal is to learn more about the challenges that fleets face in the Latam market and to develop ways to help to solve those challenges with the power of video telematics,” says Mr. Donahue. 

Lytx is one of the Founding Partners helping to bring the Fleet LatAm Conference to you. Register here to attend. 


Authored by: Daniel Bland