Unified Office Receives 2017 IoT Excellence Award

By Ken Briodagh February 28, 2018

Unified Office, a managed services provider offering hybrid cloud-based virtual communications services and business analytics,has won a 2017 IoT Excellence Award for its Total Connect Now Operations Performance Suite (TCNOPS) from TMC and Crossfire Media.  The 2017 IoT Evolution IoT Excellence Award honors innovative products that support the availability of information being deduced, inferred and directly gathered from sensors, systems and anything else that is supporting better business and personal decisions.

“It is my pleasure to recognize Unified Office with an IoT Excellence Award for its excellence in innovation,” said Carl Ford, CEO & Community Developer, Crossfire Media. “As a leader in this rapidly evolving industry, I look forward to seeing Unified Office continued future successes.

TCNOPS is a natural evolutionary step for Unified Office’s award winning TCN business communications platform. TCNOPS extends beyond simple real-time monitoring to proactive and predictive analysis, which can eliminate component failure before it becomes a problem. Businesses can also assist their supply chain partners such as HVAC technicians to be more effective by allowing them to receive alerts and reports providing them with intelligence ahead of time. This allows them to plan and store parts that are likely to be needed at a particular location. TCNOPS not only monitors temperatures for refrigeration equipment and other equipment such as exhaust fan emissions and ambient temperature controls, it also provides employees with real time audit trail reporting to assist in food safety compliance.

“We brought TCNOPS to our food industry customers first” said Ray Pasquale, CEO & Founder, Unified Office. “Their industry is very highly regulated. For example, refrigeration and make line table temperatures are crucial not only to maintain food safety compliance but also temperature variations that might result in food inventory waste as well as the ability to predict component failure before it happens. TCNOPS helps to eliminate human error in this process. The reliable delivery of business critical information such as refrigeration outages and trending information is very important to our restaurant customers.”

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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