We bid farewell to OmniFleet, which was once CARdio in 2015 and rebranded to OmniFleet in 2017. It's now 2021 and everything has evolved - the system, the team, and you! With the rebrand, we are bringing a ton of new features to you and our promise is to continuously provide
Q: What is WemoFleet?
A: WemoFleet is the rebranded version of OmniFleet.
Q: What happens to my old OmniFleet account?
A: It will be ported over to WemoFleet after you acknowledge (insert google form link) the receipt of this announcement.
Q: What will happen to OmniFleet?
A: OmniFleet will run for another 12 months but there will be no new feature updates effective 31 August 2021.
Q: What are the new plan charges and when do they become effective?
The revised charges for WemoFleet came into effect on 31 August 2021 at 12 am MY time. Here's the new pricing in MYR:
Q: How is WemoFleet different from OmniFleet?
Q: Does WemoFleet have a mobile app such as OmniFleet?
For now, we are only working on an Android mobile app. Our website is mobile-friendly so you may still use it.
Q: My subscription renews after 31 August 2021. Will I be charged based on the new plan on renewal?
A: No. Irrespective of when your subscription renews, we’ll continue to charge you at the price at which you subscribed to OmniFleet (now WemoFleet) before 31 August 2021.
A: Even though your subscription renews after 31 August 2021, if you plan to upgrade, it would be best to do it before 31 August 2021, as we’ll bill you based on the current pricing plan.
If you upgrade after 31 August 2021, you’ll be charged for the new pricing.
Q: What happens if I downgrade to a lower plan?
A: In case you downgrade your plan, i.e., move to a lower plan or decreases the number of active units, the customer will be charged on the new pricing (effective 31 August 2021).
Q: What if I don't want to use WemoFleet?