On February 14, 2023, Thinxtra, an internet of things (IoT) company, launched its Partner Program, offering workshops for partner-joint strategic business planning, enablement, and training to identify IoT opportunities for account mapping, demand generation, sales, and support.
It will also be expanding partnerships with a recruitment drive, including IT companies like system integrators (SIs), value-added resellers (VARs), managed services providers (MSPs) and non-IT companies like smart cities, utilities, property and facilities management, supply chain and logistics and asset management companies. In addition, it is going to introduce its distribution channel soon.
Coles, CouriersPlease, Cort Community Housing, PB Traffic and AGP are a few of its customers. In addition, it partners with IoTree, Tether, LBS, Zeplin, Programmed, Konvoy, Loscam, Optus, and Tether for projects relating to asset and facilities management of government, supply chain and logistics, theft recovery and utilities, commercial and residential property industries. Through its massive IoT solutions like data analytics software, battery-powered tracking devices and sensors, and connectivity, it connects physical assets with the digital platform.
CEO of Thinxtra, Nicholas Lambrou, said, “IDC analysts forecast the Asia-Pacific IoT market to reach US$436 billion in 2026. Massive IoT is rapidly maturing within the IoT umbrella, with organizations looking to make their assets smarter, create safer and healthier environments, operate sustainably, and leverage real-time data analytics to inform decision-making at scale.” He added, “Partners have been the core to our business since our foundation, and we have established our inaugural Partner Program to help them develop a strong Massive IoT play with a unique solution so they can capitalize on its upward trajectory and ultimately boost their competitiveness.”
(Source - IT Wire)
Thinxtra, a telecommunication company, has been connecting physical assets with digital platforms, through its massive IoT network, for operational efficiencies and value addition since 2015. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, it assists customers with higher asset utilization, customer experience, innovation and minimizing asset loss. Its public Sigfox 0G Network provides national coverage and is an exclusive solution provider of Soracom cellular IoT services across Hong Kong, New Zealand, and Australia. In addition, it provides services for the making and distributing of IoT devices and solutions, consultants for IoT projects, cellular and LPWAN IoT connectivity, and device-to-cloud services for IoT.