We build smart IoT applications with economic data storage.
IoT for Salesforce
As the connectivity in our daily lives increases, the Internet of Things (IoT) is similarly growing to encompass every aspect of our lives. Billions of devices are connected to the internet globally–collecting and sharing data. If a physical object can be connected to the internet and controlled, then it becomes an IoT device.
From smartwatches and fitness trackers to light switches that are controlled from your smartphone. A fridge that allows you to order products directly via a touch screen on its door to motion sensors or a smart thermostat in your office. Industry uses IoT to control driverless trucks on a mine site and electronic billboards that tell maintenance when they are in-operational. Smart mailboxes that open via a mobile app and sensors in major machinery providing readings and alerts to the central computer are all part of the growing world of IoT.
At reinteractive, we help you navigate building your IoT app, ensuring smart analysis of the the data coming in for maximum productivity.
The Data you Need in Workable Metrics
With IoT a huge amount of unfiltered data comes in from devices. We can help minimize your Salesforce data usage through aggregating the data you need into workable metrics thus economising data storage.
Economical Storage of Raw Data
And you only save what you need in your Salesforce environment, with the rest saved in an economical yet accessible database for storage and enrichment. It is readily available should you need it.
This can result in considerable savings, while still allowing for meaningful analysis of information shared by your IoT device.
We develop a solution custom built for your needs.
Contact us to discuss your needs and see how we can design a solution for you.
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