Enterprises have more choices than ever in building and executing IoT solutions.
Bluvision is helping clients navigate the environment and identify the right solution for their needs.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla — July 22, 2015 — With the recent announcement of Eddystone by Google and the continued growth in traction of Apple’s iBeacon, the IoT space is becoming quite confusing with little guidance for enterprises embarking on implementing IoT solutions. . Today, Bluvision (www.bluvision.com) announces that it is offering strategic guidance to clients and prospects on how best to navigate and implement Beacon solutions and drive value and ROI from enterprise IoT applications.
As the first beacon technology company to fully support all beacon protocols, Bluvision is working with multiple Fortune 500 clients and large enterprises looking to invest in IoT capabilities. Bluvision is identifying the right solutions, while continuing to develop advanced cloud-based workflow and management capabilities and deploy next-generation solutions that drive true business value.
“Bluvision’s infrastructure can simultaneously support multiple standards and multiple use-cases around Asset Tracking, Proximity Marketing, and Condition Monitoring, making implementation much easier and future-proof for enterprises,” says John Sailer, Bluvision’s SVP of Business Development. “Successful businesses typically have one eye focused on driving ROI with the other eye focused on implementing the longer-term big-picture business strategy.”
Bluvision developed its IoT ecosystem and framework to be future-proof. On the hardware side, Bluvision writes its own middleware, designs its devices and owns the manufacturing process. This, combined with its cloud-based ecosystem management enables customers to adopt new standards and new workflows quickly and easily, often requiring nothing more than pushing the needed firmware updates remotely through the cloud to the hardware infrastructure.