iWayAfrica today unveiled set of new business intelligent products that are a wee bit out of their regular business scope suggesting that the company is actively diversifying. The new products were launched under the umbrella of “business intelligence and enterprise assurance solutions”, which are basically advanced logistical tracking and advance surveillance systems that they are making available to the local market in partnership with Standard Telephones and Cables.
Presenting at an event held in Harare this morning, iWayAfrica CEO, Nhenha Nyagura unveiled a series of loss prevention security, vehicle monitoring, asset management and tracking systems.
The products launched included the Kylos merchandise in transit tracking device, the Triton for container tracking, and the Watch Lock which is basically an advanced padlock that reports via text each time its opened and also has a satellite tracking system.
This new product offering are a total break from the internet based solutions that iWayAfrica has traditionally offered at both consumer and enterprise level. Interestingly, there was little talk about their partner STC in Mr Nyagura and the role of each party is still unclear at this stage.
In recent times, iWayAfrica has been trying to reassert itself in the market by introducing new products and packages but this is the first we seeing iWayAfrica introducing non-core products.