RTT advises to insure against vehicle, income, or job loss

Realtime Tracking (RTT) Uganda has launched its services that are targeted towards vehicle and motorbike owners as well as commercial fleet businesses.

RTT advises to insure against vehicle, income, or job loss
Nathan Balinda, sales manager Oryx joins Lungi Koni (from RTT), Martha Kay and Alan Tayebwa from RTT

By John Kusolo

UGANDA - Realtime Tracking (RTT) Uganda has launched its services that are targeted towards vehicle and motorbike owners as well as commercial fleet businesses.

Realtime Tracking, which is one of the fastest growing companies in Uganda, offers European fleet management products from Wialon, Uniguard Technologies, Gurtam and Xirgo Global with robust hybrid devices equipped with high end GPS/ GSM technology, anti-jamming functionality and backup solutions. The devices work under automated systems; remotely and efficiently.

“RTT was born out of the philosophy that the things you value the most, must be protected. Your vehicle or boda boda is not just an asset but is a bridge that takes you from one stage in life to another. Your loved one deserves the most protection you can give them each day they leave the house. When you sign up with RTT, the 1st minute of each day that your vehicle or boda boda is on the road, we are monitoring it to respond against any eventuality,” said Allan Tayebwa, Managing Director Realtime Tracking Uganda.

The launch of Realtime tracking comes at a time when Uganda is experiencing an increase in vehicle theft; with an average of 5 cars stolen every day, as reported by the flying squad of Uganda Police Force, causing financial losses in hundreds of millions for the victims.

In addition, 2022 has seen an unprecedented increase in the costs of doing business compounded by a slowing global economy, record high fuel prices and high domestic inflation. As such, businesses are under pressure to reduce operational costs to remain profitable.

With RTT, the use of data to improve business efficiencies provides a welcome break for businesses battling to stay the course amidst the tough economic environment. In a market where quick response to crisis is a pain point, the novel approach Realtime Tracking brings will give you a fresh boost to safety and security of vehicles in Uganda.

“To our fleet managers, we have good news for you. RTT believes that what gets measured gets done. RTT has got all the data which a manager needs to compile reports that will enable them reduce costs,” Ms. Lungi Koni, Marketing Manager Realtime Tracking remarked. She added that fuel management, insurance, vehicle maintenance, the lists of costs your fleet can incur will go on and on. Your fleet is a business venture, and you want it to turn a profit. Even if you already turn a profit, increasing that margin can only be good for you, your business, and your drivers.

RTT enters into the market with a promise to focus on customer satisfaction by offering solutions to suit customers’ evolving needs.

Because the safety of any moving asset is very important, vehicle tracking is the best bet to ensure the owner stays in control. The ability to know where, what time and how one’s asset is performing can make the difference between turning a profit and suffering a loss.

It is from the above therefore, RTT is the insurance against vehicle, income, or job loss.

Internationally acclaimed technology, 24-hour accessibility and innovation have been the foundation of RTT’s success in other markets and it is this same excellence that RTT brings to Uganda.

Meanwhile, Realtime Tracking recently recovered media personality Martha Kay’s lost Range Rover car that had been stolen.