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Enaikoon to Celebrate Their 10-Year Anniversary with New Look
Germany's leading telematics company rebrands after a decade of successful growth
The most notable change is in their website, www.enaikoon.com. With an entirely transformed online image, ENAiKOON plans to share their telematics solutions and vast array of GPS products with a new audience. Their website will include a blog that will inform and educate businesses on the benefits of telematics and how it can improve business efficiency and optimisation.
They have also launched their new online asset-tracking software, inViu pro, which is a refined version of their existing software, ENAiKOON fleet-control-web. inViu pro will have the same high-tech GPS monitoring and fleet management capabilities as their previous software. In addition to inViu pro they have released several Android apps and a new web portal, inViu web. The Android app, inViu routes, has the groundbreaking functionality of sending the routes and positions in real-time to inViu web where they then can be viewed online. The app GPS-details offers the user precise GPS information, including a compass that displays all available satellites.
"Fortunately, with the reputation of successfully tailoring solutions to each of our customer's needs, we have been able to organically acquire national clients over the last 10 years," explains Markus Semm, ENAiKOON's managing director and founder. "Now we are focusing on attracting more international clients with our rebranded, user-friendly website that integrates a more modern approach to new customer acquisition and online marketing. We're looking forward to exploring untapped markets outside of Germany."
ENAiKOON is looking for international sales partners outside of the German market. To learn more about the benefits of becoming an ENAiKOON partner, contact Marie Dennis, the head of International Relations, at +49 30 39747538 or email@example.com.
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