KHUTSO MATHEKGANA - Executive Chairperson

The entrepreneurial spirit among sta and management at Amaza Telematics and Fleet Management (AMAZA TFM) has propelled us to new heights, positioning the company not only as a trailblazer in black business (being the rst of its kind in South Africa), but also as a source of key innovations in its sector.

Our appetite for top-of-the-range technology is gearing us towards a point where we are creating a software capability that integrates all types of telemetry hardware – with the sole aim being to increase our clients’ eciency and save them money. With this arsenal in our camp, we are now ready to march to new territories.

Our immediate goal is to make a meaningful presence in the following key sectors: the insurance industry and the motor manufacturing industry (assembly line). We strongly believe we will make a positive and meaningful impact to the business of our clients in those sectors.

Although the growth of AMAZA TFM has happened in a relatively short space of time, we have been cautiously managing our expansion methodically, to ensure a sustainable presence in the marketplace. Thus, our current plans to enter the strategic Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) are part of a well thought-out plan. We view ourselves as an integral part of the industrial excellence and co-operation that SADC seeks to attain.

In other words, we position ourselves as part of a broader solution. In short, our vision is simply to be a fully-edged supply chain/logistics systems company that is a provider of choice not only in South Africa, but also in the SADC region.

We are happy to say that we have successfully introduced our clients to a system that oers their organisations increased eciency, measurability, professionalism and – most importantly – peace of mind as they manage their eet and in-transit assets.

       
“our vision is simply to be a fully-edged supply chain /logistics systems company that is a provider of choice not only in South Africa, but also in the SADC region”.