Cyperpass was set up in 2001 by Anthony Farrugia to offer innovative technological solutions aimed at increasing efficiency and solving complex problems across a range of different sectors.
Specialising in the field of telematics – the science of monitoring different types of assets – the company prides itself on being able to make the impossible possible, an objective it would be unable to achieve were it not for its relationship with Epic.
Cyberpass works with clients in a range of different industries to provide services such as vehicle tracking, cold-store monitoring, point-of-sales systems, and server room monitoring.
It relies on Epic to provide it with mobile voice and data, as well as its premium bandwidth, all of which ensure that Cyberpass’ systems run smoothly and without interruption.
“Epic offers us a reliable service which in turn allows us to offer a reliable service to our clients,” says Operations Manager Nicholas Farrugia.
“Just like a mobile phone, the devices we install in vehicles or cold stores all need to have a SIM card inside them. We use Epic SIM cards in our devices which allow them to send and receive the data needed by the system.”
Cyberpass uses Epic for all its connectivity requirements because it offers a secure and reliable service, as well as an unparalleled local and international network to ensure that its devices are always connected.
In addition to its exceptional infrastructure, Epic also brings to the table a business partner approach, giving them the peace of mind that they can depend on Epic’s support when problems arise.
“We’ve been working with Epic for 10 years. It’s a long time, and you form some good relationships over such a long period,” Anthony Farrugia says, adding that while some people might come and go, the core of the company, and its way of doing business, remain the same.
Epic has set itself the goal of creating the strongest network ever, a feat Mr Farrugia is convinced it will accomplish.
“I expect speed and dependability because it is at the very core of what we do,” he says. “It all hinges around one word: reliability.”
This feature was first carried in the Business Now Winter 2022/2023 edition. Business Now magazine is the sister brand to BusinessNow.mt, both produced by Content House Group
Malta's labour supply and employment rate both grew by around 75% between 2005 and 2021
MEA president Joanne Bondin focused her speech on the need for good governance and upskilling
The workshop will focus on distinction between market and prudent value