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IVedix expands its digital business platform with partnership

IVedix Inc. has partnered with Litum IoT—an RFID systems firm—to expand the company’s iVedix Ditigal Business Platform.

The platform will be expanded in its Internet of Things and Asset Management capabilities.

“IoT and asset management are critical capabilities for our customers looking to accelerate their digital transformation journey leveraging the iVedix platform,” said Rajesh Kutty, CEO of iVedix, in a statement. “This partnership with Litum IoT allows our customers to harness the power of IoT within their existing IT infrastructure, delivering improved visibility, safety, and efficiencies. This also helps iVedix expand our worldwide presence through Litum IoT’s global distribution network.”

The expansion was needed as customers across a range of markets needed a consolidated solution for IoT devices.

“Leveraging the iVedix strength of interactive data visualization and immersive data discovery, and the Litum strength of edge device IoT data aggregation, together we are now in a position to help companies deliver end-to-end innovative digital solutions that utilize the benefits of IoT,” said Ozgur Ulku, director of global operations for Litum IoT.

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