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The ability to remotely maintain and control assets, buildings and
systems is transforming the way we do business.
M2M Partner Programme members can gain fast-tracked access to resources within the Vodafone Developer Programme.
The Vodafone Machine to Machine Developer Programme in another resource M2M Partner Programme members can access. It’s for the global developer community creating M2M applications using Vodafone’s M2M platform, products and services.
The Developer Programme provides customers with a range of information and support resources to help them accelerate M2M application and solution delivery.
Members of the M2M Partner Programme can gain fast-tracked access to all of these resources such as:
Accessing the Vodafone Developer Programme enables access to information targeted at the widest possible developer audience.
Partners with specific development projects are also able to use the programme to gain access to professional support resources with deep industry and technical knowledge in order to support their projects.
The Developer Programme portal can be accessed using the link below. You will be able to find out more about the programme and register for membership.
All employees and contractors have a duty to report any breaches of our Code of Conduct, which is known as our "Speak Up" policy. We have launched a global external reporting scheme which allows employees and contractors to report through a third party. This new process enables us to consolidate existing whistle blowing practice in local markets, increases visibility and ensures consistency of approach in responding to concerns raised from across the organisation. Concerns may be reported anonymously and the protection of innocent people is our priority at all times. People can identify themselves to our external partner using a PIN and receive feedback. Vodafone has a non-retaliation policy and will not take any action against anyone reporting a genuine concern, even if this is proven not to result in a breach of compliance.