Telit, DMI Collaborate to Create Telit IoT Portal

Sunny Bajaj, DMI Inc.

Sunny Bajaj, DMI Inc.

Telit announced May 22 a collaboration with DMI in an effort to deliver end-to-end Internet of Things solutions for the industry. The joining of the two has resulted in the Cloud-based Telit IoT Portal, providing customers an intuitive single point of access for integrating data from remote assets with their enterprise systems, databases and Web-based mobile apps and dashboards.

“As the Internet of Things continues its exponential growth around the world, enterprises are challenged to produce tangible business results through the connection of IT systems and M2M-enabled devices,” DMI founder and CEO Sunny Bajaj said. “This collaboration makes it easy for enterprises, large and small, to realize the benefits of the Internet of Things by reducing cost, time-to-market, complexity and risk versus trying to engineer a fragmented, in-house solution.”

“We worked with Telit and DMI on an end-to-end IoT solution that is expanding Tennant’s value proposition, creating new opportunities and empowering customers with data to help manage their business,” Tennant Company CIO Paul Wellman said. “Together, Telit and DMI delivered an IoT platform and guided us through the entire business innovation process – from idea generation, through system architecture, proof of concept and full commercial deployment.”

“Telit works closely with an ever-expanding network of recognized experts and innovators from the M2M/IoT community, and we are excited about our global collaboration with DMI to provide customized apps that help organizations gain actionable intelligence from the thousands of IoT devices connecting to their corporate networks,” Telit IoT Platforms CEO Fred Yentz said.

Telit and DMI have combined their expertise in monitoring and control, industrial automation, asset tracking, field service operations and predictive maintenance to bring actionable business intelligence to organizations. Industrial customers and cleaning contractors can now review when and where facilities are cleaned, determine where machines are physically located, track consumable levels/order replacements and perform preventative maintenance.


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