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ServicePower becomes a ThingWorx partner

ServicePower Technologies Plc has joined the ThingWorx partner program as a certified partner. ThingWorx is a leading rapid application development platform for the Internet of Things.  ServicePower will use the platform to build applications that help its customers reduce costs, improve services and ultimately achieve competitive advantage.

By developing new applications that connect machines using IoT and integrating them into its workforce management, enterprise mobility, and analytics technology, ServicePower will enable its clients to optimise performance by uniting their workforces with assets in the field.

Using sensors in assets in the field coupled with new applications developed on ThingWorx, clients will be able to detect problems as they occur and, using ServicePower’s workforce optimisation solutions, mobilise their repair crews before there is a disruption to services.

ServicePower will offer the new IoT applications through the ThingWorx Marketplace, as well as directly through its global sales channels. Joining the ThingWorx ecosystem underlines the growing momentum of ServicePower’s partner strategy and its aim to use scalable and innovative technology. Specifically it builds upon other recent IoT partnerships with Bosch Software Innovations and Concirrus.

Marne Martin, CEO of ServicePower commented. “ServicePower already supplies the most innovative and complete service management platform on the market. We work with companies that operate assets in the field such as utility and cable providers, facilities managers and contractors; they can all now benefit from a step-change in technology that will deliver unprecedented levels of asset visibility. Valuable asset information extracted using ThingWorx can be fed into ServicePower’s existing service management platform so that our clients can deploy resources faster and where they are most needed. This technology will enable them to transform their operations and maybe even entire sectors.”

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