12 August, 2015

Innovation is All About Connections.

In June, relayr was able to announce that we won first place honors in the Technology category of the FINAKI Innovation Challenge.


The FINAKI Innovation Challenge recognized innovation in the categories of Business, Technology, and Consumer. What stands out the most about each of the winners chosen is they all deliver platforms that connect their respective customers and markets to an array of services and products in a meaningful way.


The Business category winner, Crossvertise, provides an advertising booking platform that enables their customers to purchase and manage all of their advertising needs in one seamless interface.


The Consumer category winner, Opentabs, has created a mobile ordering app platform that allows restaurant patrons to place and pay for their orders, and restaurant management the ability to track and report on patron preferences, turnover of guests, and other significant metrics.


What set relayr apart in the Technology category is very simple: Our platform and simple open source tools (SDKs and sensor kit) connects businesses to the data they desperately need, quickly and affordably.


By working with relayr to digitally enable the equipment your business uses to build, deliver, or store your products, and even the products themselves, you can collect and analyze data on almost any metric you can imagine. We connect all of the modules, collect current and even historical data from your devices, and deliver it in a way that is invaluable to your business. This data will allow your developers to improve products, develop new IoT solutions, test them, and roll them out in less than one business quarter!


We’re excited that our recognition with the FINAKI Challenge has resulted in an invitation to the INKOP2015 Digital Leadership Conference. At relayr, we live up to the INKOP 2015 motto: Digital Leadership – Lead the Digital Transformation to Success! 


Let us help your business join the digital revolution today.

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