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DMI and Information Builders Partner for IoT Accelerators

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DMI, a global IT services and connected solutions provider, and Information Builders, a business intelligence (BI), analytics, and data management solutions company, has announced three pre-built IoT Accelerators.

These companies’ mutual offerings, which can provide pre-configured analytical capabilities for asset tracking, fleet management, and predictive maintenance, will allow organizations, such as Veeder-Root, to have an unprecedented ability to speed time-to-value for critical business initiatives. This company is a leading global supplier of fuel management solutions with a tradition of excellence in the petroleum industry.

"Throughout our rich history of manufacturing computing devices, we have continually helped our customers improve their products and processes by providing critical information when it's needed most. The IoT Accelerators from DMI and Information Builders improve the ease and speed at which we can integrate IoT data into our existing business models," said Erin Childress, director of Software Engineering, Veeder-Root.

Information Builders provides organizations with the advanced analytics capabilities they need to process structured and unstructured IoT data, and make it actionable.

WebFOCUS, which is the industry's most scalable BI and analytics platform and has received industry recognition for its ability to manage high volumes of data without impacting processing speed. This is a characteristic crucial to supporting investments in IoT and other emerging data sources.

"Running IoT solutions in production requires analytics and data management to be running at an incredible scale. Together, with Information Builders' platform and our expertise in engineering IoT solutions, we can deliver on these requirements to give businesses greater connectivity and insight into physical assets and operations while enabling the development of new digital product offerings and improving customer experiences," said Jay Sunny Bajaj, founder and CEO, DMI.

“IoT is beginning to have a profound impact on the supply-chain and logistics sector, but many organizations are grappling with the complexity of IoT technologies. Information Builders and DMI are helping to alleviate that burden. The new IoT Accelerators give executives, operations, and front-line personnel the ability to immediately derive answers and analysis to critical questions that can transform supply-chain management and ultimately, revolutionize their businesses," said Frank J. Vella, COO, Information Builders.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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