One of the most profound IoT opportunities is the remote monitoring and control it enables. Predictive maintenance alone could generate $2 trillion in economic value by 2025, according to McKinsey. And that applies to the IoT sensors and actuators themselves just as well as it does to the things they’re embedded in. That’s where we come in, helping you ensure your IoT ecosystem stays up and running like it should, without having to send a team into the field.
We enable end users to configure, manage, monitor and remotely control their devices.
Our IoT support includes incident logging and documentation, incident investigation, troubleshooting and resolution, and knowledge base enhancement to reduce incident occurrence.
Our systematic approach to IoT integration allows us to understand the cause of incidents, take swift remedial action and accelerate any action required.
Xoriant developed water, power and traffic management modules for our service delivery platform and worked with us to implement the smart solutions in several cities – including Chicago and Dubai, among the most technologically advanced cities in the world. Being able to efficiently monitor municipal spending helps these cities realize significant data-driven savings.Leader, Networking Hardware Company
The Xoriant IoT team built components of our IoT management software infrastructure support platform, including the modules for data center automation, which is the foundation of our IoT infrastructure. Their ongoing support, monitoring and management is invaluable.Leader, Computer Data Storage Company
The Xoriant team was instrumental in developing various modules of our IoT platform, including the UI/UX environment along with edge implementations of our locomotive, power and healthcare products on the platform. They also built data models to analyze our IoT data.Leader, Digital Industrial Company
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