Competitors are best positioned to determine which organizations truly exemplify TEMIA's Innovation of the Year award.
West Lake Village, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2017
The Technology Expense Management Industry Association TEMIA (http://temia.org/), voted to select Wireless Analytics and Webbing USA for its Innovation of the Year award at its recent September 11-12 meeting in San Francisco. The nomination for IoT-as-a-Service combined Webbing’s global network, with the kitting, logistics, and managed services portfolio from Wireless Analytics. The offering provides an innovative “one stop” solution to meet clients’ challenges in responding to exponential growth of IoT devices for enterprises.
"Wireless Analytics (http://www.wirelessanalytics.com) has been focusing more and more on solving IoT business needs and we are thrilled that our recent project, which moved a client's costly, manual process to the cloud, is being recognized by the industry," stated Erik Eames, CEO of Wireless Analytics. "TEMIA represents the best and brightest in the technology industry, and it is an honor to be voted for this award by our peers."
Steve Haddock, Webbing (http://www.iamwebbing.com/), VP of Business Development and Strategic Alliances said, “Managing an IOT deployment and selecting the best wireless network across locations throughout Europe and North America, is a huge challenge for enterprises that do not have IT resources, nor the budget to complete site surveys. Webbing’s advanced multi-IMSI network, intelligently identifies the best Tier 1 wireless provider on each individual data session, thus eliminating the need to do extensive coverage map analysis and site surveys. This plug and play solution, saves countless hours and frustration in deployment and ongoing management of these LTE connections.”
Joe Basili, Managing Director for TEMIA, said, “This award shines a spotlight on Wireless Analytics and Webbing USA Inc. Competitors are the toughest critics; they are also best positioned to determine which organizations truly exemplify the award criteria.”
The Innovation of the Year award supports TEMIA’s mission of promoting the value of technology and telecommunications management, enhancing the category image to promote service quality and innovation. TEMIA seeks to raise industry standards, recognize its members’ achievements and promote the value of solutions through the Innovation of the Year Award.
The selection criteria included four factors: the degree of innovation; market response from clients, delivery of the offering and how the value proposition is being fulfilled and validated in the marketplace. The awards also aligned with the theme for TEMIA’s most recent meeting which focused on “Where the Industry Is Headed”. Members cast one vote at the September meeting with absentee voting for members who were unable to attend the San Francisco meeting.