iMetrik M2M Solutions Partners with RACO Wireless

By Rahul Arora October 29, 2012

iMetrik M2M Solutions Inc., a company that provides embedded wireless asset monitoring solutions, recently integrated Omega Management Suite from RACO Wireless into its solutions.

The Omega Management Suite is a Web-based application that provides RACO Wireless customers with a single pane of glass for M2M device management. This simplifies device management and gives you full control of your M2M solution. And since the application is entirely Web-based, there is no software or plug-in to install; simply login from any Web browser and manage your SIMs from anywhere in the world.

Developers can also integrate OMS features into their own applications by utilizing Omega Ricochet, a comprehensive set of development APIs.

iMetrik M2M provides the device-to-enterprise solution, in one comprehensive package, ready for instant deployment, with its embedded open platform device, its global network and Web services. Combining embedded modules with Wireless Wide Area Network and Personal Area Network capability, seamless global wireless network coverage, and business-to-business or business-to-consumer Web integration services, the iMetrik platform moves the information from the source directly to the desktop, greatly reducing implementation costs, development complexity and turnaround time when targeting new market opportunities.

"We are thrilled with the partnership with RACO Wireless. RACO''s platform, known as the Omega Management Suite, is a solution that we are very excited to be able to integrate into our solutions," said Medhat Mahmoud, VP of Technology & Strategy at iMetrik M2M. "Additionally, working with such an experienced team has simplified the deployment of our platform and given us the assurance and stability we need to accelerate our growth in the M2M market."

"Adding value to the great solutions that iMetrik M2M offers is something that we are very proud of, said Brian Garrepy, director of Business Development at RACO Wireless. ”As this segment of the market grows, we feel strongly that, with our partnership, iMetrik will be able to meet the demands of their accelerated growth plan."

Edited by Braden Becker

IoTevolutionworld Contributor

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