The internet of things (IoT) leader is creating waves again with some truly awesome enterprise asset management solutions. Apptricity’s System of Operation (SoO) is solving their clients’ most painful problems with real time total visibility via RFiD, 23-Mile Bluetooth, and 5G.
Apptricity’s newest version 8.0 brings a great looking and responding surface plane to the UX/UI. So, not only does it look and feel great, it works splendidly. The new icon additions and map functionality upgrades, create a smooth, intuitive navigation while still providing the real time, 360-degree asset visibility and data control.
Pairing the new application version with Apptricity’s 23-Mile bluetooth capability is creating a smart landscape that is proving even more useful than ever for widespread commercial usage. The company has steadily seen their client and partner base grow from visionary tech enthusiasts and early adopters to mainstream commercial businesses and government organizations.
Tim Garcia, CEO of Apptricity, is looking forward to his discussion at the RFiD Journal Live Conference in Las Vegas this week. Mr. Garcia will present “Emerging Supply Chain IoT Edge Technologies” this Wednesday, 5/18/2022 from 2:30 PM to 2:50 PM at the Mandalay Bay Hotel Conference Center in the “Tradewinds E” Conference Room.
The Apptricity team would be pleased to have you visit at booth #729 and don’t forget to drop your business card for the Apple iPad prize drawing.
System of Operation (SoO) provides the complete IoT solution for problems in asset tracking and inventory management for any company selling goods, moving inventory or managing a service fleet.
The partners solving their asset tracking problems are highly recognizable business brands. Verizon, US Army, US Air Force, Travis County EMS, Brinks, and Lockheed are some that are benefitting greatly from Apptricity’s System of Operations (SoO).
The Apptricity SoO is tracking not only the location of the fleet, but the temperature of sensitive pharmaceuticals inside the Travis County EMS ambulance vehicles. The application sensor alerts the Driver/EMT and dispatcher to the temperature level alarm in real time. Immediate action creates operational efficiencies and prevents costly waste.
Likewise, the construction clients love the fingertip access capability and total asset visibility including: current location, location history, who has it, when it was serviced last, upcoming maintenance, useful life expectancy, purchase information, depreciation of asset, warranty information, etc. Imagine a laser-pointer for every asset at every worksite under your command.
Healthcare system partners have the ability to do the same with their patient-care equipment, surgical supply, PPE, and diagnostic equipment. The post-covid landscape has brought the need for any and every efficiency that guarantees the right equipment at the right time for the right patient.
Retail tracking is providing not only real time tracking of inventory but also the ability to automate the ordering of new inventory. A significant amount of business is lost to out-of-stock products. The other major issue is the cost of waste attached to product expiration or short shelf life.
ROI studies verify $82 Billion USD in inventory related losses in 2021.
Again, please join CEO, Tim Garcia as he presents “Emerging Supply Chain IoT Edge Technologies” this Wednesday, 5/18/2022 from 2:30 PM to 2:50 PM at the Mandalay Bay Hotel Conference Center in the “Tradewinds E” Conference Room.
We would absolutely love to meet you. Please stop by and visit the Apptricity team at booth #729 and don’t forget to drop your business card for the Apple iPad drawing.
It’s the right time to solve these problems with a single source SoO.