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Device Management and Deployment

Device Management and Deployment

IoT devices are set to surpass mobile phones as the largest category of connected devices by 2018 1

Enterprises are playing a pivotal role in realizing the potential of IoT. From connected cars to remote healthcare, enterprises are pioneering new uses of IoT to achieve greater operational efficiency, customer success management, business intelligence, new services and new business models.

As IoT continues to explode, the need for device management and deployment is becoming critical. Enterprises managing tens of millions of devices need a solution that offers complete visibility and control of their IoT networks. Most of today’s IoT systems are unable or do not support enterprise level or large device deployment. Often times the company does not know this is an issue until it comes time to actually deploy an IoT solution in the field, and is then stuck with the learning curve and massive delay in deployment resulting in a delay or loss in revenues.

Often the issues come down to software, while cloud companies such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon AWS have a good handle on how to support the software to scale the software does not take full advantage of the cloud providers. This creates a major issue that like I said above is not often seen until the day of the large deployment.

Avoid the deployment day shock!

This is where Echolo really shines, our team has been building SaaS and PaaS products for over 15 years and have been working with big data project since big data became a ‘thing’. We understand the advanced pitfalls of SaaS/PaaS IoT projects and can help prevent that deployment day shock. Let Echolo design and build your next IoT Product or Project, we will help guide you from concept to completion.

1 Ericsson Mobility Report 2016

Greg Winn

Greg is veteran of the Iraq war and a unique expert in software engineering, hardware engineering and big data which provides a substantial advantage for Echolo's IoT products and roadmap. Greg spent more than 10 years at the National Association of Rocketry, building guidance and avoidance systems for high powered rockets. After a few years in the online gaming industry, Greg built his first company Tacticalzone.com a community site for the NovaLogic video game, Delta Force. TacticalZone was acquired in 2002 by Playnet Inc. In the years following TacticalZone Greg launched many web platforms and SaaS-based products including Cignal, a big data twitter sentiment analysis and predictive tool. Greg has contracted for top companies and organizations such as NASA, Ackerman & McQueen, Match.com, and the NRA. He has become a leading authority on how to create world-class software with a startup development team then scale into a full product organization.

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