Yusata Infotech is a global products and app development company that has served more than 100 businesses and industrial entities to help them reach their organizational goals most profitably. Yusata is a company of 3V's (Virtues, Vision and Veracity). Yusata business philosophy is based on 3E's
(Effective, Eco-Friendly, and Efficient).
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YLogApp is a smart phone/device app to support individual or business to maintain their driver logs. It is the replacement of manual log entry of drivers. Using this driver can easily and quickly maintain their logs to get more accurate graphs and reports.YLogApp also supports different Departments of Transportation Rules and Regulation. To maintain all laws system automatically sends mails and alerts to administrator and driver to minimize rules violations.
Yusata Infotech Participating in Convergence Africa World 2015
The event is Themed as "Connecting Africa", the event will showcase the convergence of IT, Telecom, Digital Media & Broadcast industries including hardware, software, IT enabled services, internet, e-commerce, smart devices, cloud computing, etc. The show has the support of Government regulatory bodies & ICT governing associations of Kenya & adjoining regions. Yusata Infotech Participating in Convergence Africa World 2015 expo at Nairobi, Kenya during 17-19 June 2015.
Jindal group India, reviewing the YLogApp for resource efficiency
India's one of largest conglomerate Jindal group has invited Yusata Infotech to present its range of advance solutions facilitating resource monitoring and control at Raigarh,Chhatisgarh.
YlogApp solution has been demonstrated during an formal meeting among the Jindal group ICT team members; wherein the solution has received remarkable appreciation for feature & innovation.
From the world of TELEMATICS
The United States remains the leading geographical region for M2M
The telematics sector will outperform all other M2M markets over the next five years, in revenue term, and one in five passenger vehicles will be connected globally by 2019.Smartphone-based models have become the key disruptor for M2M, as sectors such as healthcare, consumer electronics and retail continue to evolve.