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Swift Sensors Joins Zebra's Partner Connect Program

By Ken Briodagh July 11, 2019

According to a recent announcement, Swift Sensors, a supplier of plug-and-play cloud wireless sensors systems for Industrial IoT, has partnered with Zebra Technologies Corporation under its program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). Swift Sensors users will now have mobile access to the Swift Sensors Wireless Sensor System from Zebra’s line of mobile computing devices and tablets.

Swift Sensors said it chose Zebra for its position in enterprise mobility, including handheld devices and rugged tablet computers used in manufacturing, transportation and logistics and many other verticals. This offers industrial plants, food manufacturers and others a low-cost, unified solution to protect and monitor equipment and processes for predictive maintenance, improve operational efficiency and increase machine utilization.

“Swift Sensors is excited to join the Zebra PartnerConnect program to strengthen its engagement with customers and other Zebra partners, especially as an increasing number of manufacturers look for a way to quickly and efficiently implement IoT solutions and deploy wireless sensor systems,” said Sam Cece, founder and CEO, Swift Sensors. “Swift Sensors customers often require the enterprise security and ruggedness that Zebra mobile computing devices provide that are not available with typical consumer devices.”

The PartnerConnect Program is designed to evolve the best of Zebra’s channel ecosystem, addressing the needs of distributors, ISVs and resellers, providing opportunities for growth and meeting customer and market demands. By participating in PartnerConnect, Swift Sensors gains access to an innovative portfolio of mobile computing devices and rugged tablet computers, along with comprehensive training, extensive marketing, sales and technical benefits. Being part of this global network provides Swift Sensors access to solutions, collaboration opportunities, training and tools that aim to differentiate them and help improve customer satisfaction.




Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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