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Mercedes-Benz to offer new connectivity service for car fleets

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With a view to the needs of fleet managers, Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services GmbH is extending its "connect business" offering to include the "Driver Messaging" service. It facilitates secure and efficient communication between fleet managers and drivers. Those responsible for fleets can quickly and easily pass on information such as maintenance or wheel-change appointments to the drivers. Via the "connect business" portal they can send messages to individual drivers or groups. The messages are received via the "connect business" App. Via intelligent search functions and the creation of driver and vehicle groups, the recipients can be selected quickly and easily. All the fleet-relevant data are pooled on the "connect business" platform and the fleet controlled centrally.

15,000 vehicles have been connected since the start of "connect business" nearly a year ago. Since the start of this year the connectivity services have also been available in Belgium and the Netherlands. "The market launch of "˜connect business' was very successful. Our connectivity services help fleet and business customers in their daily work", explains Christoph Ludewig, Head of Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services GmbH. "We want to continue growing with "˜connect business'. To this end, we are extending our portfolio to include further services and rolling out our offering in further markets."


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