As a software company, Pedigree plays an important role in the M2M value chain by creating Cloud-based Field Service Automation applications using the M2M technologies from other award winning companies like Google and Verizon.
Fargo, ND (Vocus) October 14, 2010
Pedigree Technologies of Fargo, N.D., the leading provider of web-based logistics and field service automation solutions to the energy, field services, agriculture, and defense industries, today announced that it has been selected to Connected World magazine’s 2010 CW 100, a prestigious list of the most innovative technology providers of M2M and connected devices.
The CW 100 represents the top companies demonstrating market traction and pursuing game-changing technologies in connectivity. Companies appearing on the CW 100 are chosen from a selection of hundreds of firms, both private and publicly traded. The criteria for the listing include: sales and earnings growth, contribution to the connected-devices space, and innovation in multiple markets served during the past 12 months.
The connected devices marketplace continues to flourish. Despite the current state of the economy, technology-conscious consumers have continued to pursue connected gadgets and smart phones, and this bodes well for the members of the CW 100, whether they are supplying those connected devices, or providing the technology that powers them. In addition to being one of the top 100 in the M2M category Pedigree was one of the 20 application providers chosen, highlighting the value of the company’s solutions for Condition-based Service Management.
“The endless demand that we are currently seeing for connected devices, across multiple verticals, has a significant effect on the level of competition we will see in the marketplace. In order to stay competitive, companies must display considerable innovation, strength, and staying-power—traits you can find throughout the CW 100,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World. “Now the challenge to these companies is to persist in moving forward, adapt to this ever-changing climate, and continue to rise to the occasion.”
“We are pleased to be recognized for the 5th straight year as one of the pioneers and elite companies in the M2M space,” said Alex Warner, chief executive officer and founder of Pedigree Technologies. “As a software company, Pedigree plays an important role in the M2M value chain by creating Cloud-based Field Service Automation applications using the M2M technologies from other award winning companies like Google and Verizon.”
“The reach of connected devices and gadgets is increasing at an exponential rate. Consumers and professionals consistently have access to solutions that can increase productivity, promote green living, and even entertain,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Connected World. “The members of the 2010 CW 100 are the companies bringing these solutions to market, and deserve to be recognized for their vision and determination.”
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About Pedigree Technologies
Pedigree Technologies is a leading provider of web-based solutions that give organizations real-time visibility into operations and empower them to locate, track, and monitor stationary and mobile assets worldwide. Built on a unique and scalable platform, Pedigree solutions bring together disparate information to help companies increase operational efficiencies, improve workflow, manage inventories and logistics, and maintain equipment—all in one simple system. For more information, visit http://www.pedigreetechnologies.com
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