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WebNMS and Energy Monitoring Partner on IoT Energy and Industrial Solutions in East Africa

By Ken Briodagh April 03, 2017

WebNMS, a provider of enterprise IoT platform and solutions, and Energy Monitoring, a fast-growing energy and industrial solutions provider in Africa, have together announced that the companies have partnered to develop end-to-end IoT applications designed to control and manage energy operations and centrally monitor performance of remote industrial assets. The companies said that these combined solutions will allow enterprises to optimize energy consumption, streamline workforce tasks, increase efficiency and optimize operational costs at improved levels.

“Together, WebNMS and EML aim to provide tech-driven efficiency to traditional business units across their distributed operations, in real-time,” said Darryl Stork, Regional Business Director, WebNMS. “With this partnership, EML's customers will have access to cost-effective IoT enabled solutions to securely monitor their integrated environment, perform predictive maintenance of remote assets and visibly reduce operational cost.”

WebNMS is the Internet of Things (IoT) division of Zoho Corporation, a privately held cloud solutions provider. Symphony IoT, a solutions platform by WebNMS, is an enterprise-scale platform that offers customizable, edge-to-cloud solutions to connect and manage energy and assets at remote infrastructure. It also offers a multi-vendor software agent, Symphony EdgeX, which is designed to integrate multiple protocols and enable real-time data acquisition and local intelligence across the last-mile.

WebNMS works with system integrators all over the globe in order to help them tap the potential of enterprise IoT and resolve custom business challenges while driving product innovation. The company uses its open platform approach to enable third-party system integrators and developers to create applications, and also offers ready-to-deploy vertical-focused IoT applications for specific markets like telecommunication, renewable energy, commercial infrastructure, remote sites, and transportation.

“We're excited to partner with WebNMS in the IoT market,” said Allan Musinguzi, Managing Director, Energy Monitoring. “To achieve faster time-to-market and implementation of products for our customers, a robust flexible and scalable end-to-end solution was sought. Our partnership with WebNMS simplifies the inherent complexity of siloed management of energy and remote assets, providing unified visibility and control of business environment.”

Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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