Telit and DMI to partner on end-to-end solutions for enterprise IoT
Telit and DMI are collaborating to deliver easy connection of ‘things to apps’, bringing about a data-driven customer experience that ensures a decline in costs, better compliance, personalisation and new revenue prospects.
The partnership seeks to provide end-to-end Internet of Things solutions for the enterprise and has resulted in the development of the Cloud-based Telit IoT Portal that offers customers a perceptive single point of access for combining data from remote assets with their enterprise systems, databases and Web-based mobile apps and dashboards.
Telit and DMI have integrated their know-how in monitoring and control, industrial automation, asset tracking, field service operations and predictive maintenance to ensure actionable business intelligence to organizations across all industries and market segments around the globe. Companies, empowered with a vision for the future, are already benefiting from new avenues to save money on account of operational efficiencies while creating revenue from new products and services and boosting compliance.
Tennant, a provider of cleaning equipment, has deployed the integrated solution to glean real-time performance data from remote machines to generate actionable insights using big data analytics. As a result, industrial customers and cleaning contractors can now check when and where facilities are cleaned, ascertain the physical location of machines, monitor consumable levels, order replacements and perform preventative maintenance on a single unit or an entire fleet across the globe.
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