Timbergrove’s expertise is in bridging the gap between IoT devices and systems
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) May 24, 2016
Timbergrove has been chosen by The Silicon Review magazine for its list of the 30 Fastest Growing Internet of Things (IoT) Companies. The firm's selection was based upon its capabilities in delivering IoT solutions to asset intensive organizations as well as its vision in the evolving space.
An IBM business partner, Timbergrove employs a combination of IBM's Watson IoT platform with Maximo Asset Manager to develop its industry solutions. "Timbergrove helps its clients transition into the realm of IoT and big data analytics, predictive analytics and predictive maintenance to elongate the life of their enterprise assets and increase ROI," said Ian Uriarte, founder and CEO. "With the industry expected to reach $3 trillion by 2020 according to some reports, and more than 5 million new things connected every day, businesses have clearly taken notice of the IoT's potential for their organizations," said Uriarte.
In The Silicon Review's article featuring Uriarte, the company's team is identified as it's key differentiator. In particular, its senior team possesses decades of experience in oil and gas, manufacturing, telecom, transportation and aviation, among other industries. "We understand that technology alone cannot solve every need. This is why our experience within an industry, its adoption rates and governance — and their impacts to the business — is so important to our success,” said Uriarte. He went on to cite examples of recently completed projects with United Airlines and the Panama Canal.
The article also shares a synopsis of one of Timbergrove's IoT case studies, as well as its roadmap for the future.
Mr. Manish Pandey, Editor in Chief of The Silicon Review, said, “Timbergrove has been awarded by The Silicon Review for its outstanding achievement in the IOT space as one of the 30 fastest growing companies in the world. Its offerings are comprehensive solutions equipped with the critical tools needed to efficiently manage and develop enterprise assets for better ROI. We give due recognition to companies like Timbergrove that demonstrate not just domain influence, but innovation capabilities and a strong client satisfaction quotient as well.”
"The Silicon Review's recognition of our work in this area is a tribute to the fine businesses that are our clients. We are extremely pleased to be included among this group of thirty companies," said Ian Uriarte, founder and CEO.
An IBM Advanced Business Partner and an AWS Partner Network (APN) Consulting Partner based in Houston, TX, Timbergrove delivers enterprise deployment solutions that include corporate transformation initiatives such as enterprise asset management (EAM), Preventive Maintenance and Quality (PMQ), the Internet of Things (IoT) and business process management (BPM). Experts in the WebSphere family of products as well as Maximo Asset Manager and Watson IoT, Timbergrove has led efforts in Fortune 100 companies for a decade. Learn more about at http://www.timbergrove.com.
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