Dublin/Dubai: As the demand to connect IoT devices continues to grow as more businesses seek to implement digital transformation strategies, mobile and IoT solutions provider, Workz Group today announced the launch of its new Z-IoT device management platform. The solution is designed to help service providers such as device manufacturers, mobile network operators, and government bodies optimise operational efficiencies and maximise the revenue potential of their devices and data.
According to the GSMA, in the next five years, the IoT market will be worth over $1 trillion, with the total number of connected devices surpassing 25 billion. The insight and flexibility gained through the use of IoT devices in areas like smart cities, energy, transportation, agriculture, factories and robotics are expected to lead to greater revenue-generating opportunities for businesses. As part of Workz’ offering, users are able to remotely manage their devices through real-time tracking and operation with customised applications to fit specific business needs. With a pay-only-for-what-you-use pricing model, the Workz platform is designed to be highly competitive for all budgets, providing both scalability and an attractive return on investment from trial and soft launch, to mass-market rollout.
“As the digitisation of industry continues, it is important for businesses to be able to embrace this transformation without crippling expenditure or resources,” said Stéphane Fund, Workz Group CEO. “With our secure and affordable platform, customers can bring innovative new services to market faster and see a higher and more immediate ROI than ever before.”
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Workz connects and protects mobile subscribers of today and tomorrow by providing secure connected solutions for consumer, M2M and IoT devices.
Since its start in 1997, Workz has securely managed over 12 billion connections in more than 70 countries all without a single data breach. Workz is a global player in the IoT ecosystem driving the secure deployment of smart devices and IoT applications faster and easier than ever before.
The company delivers over 1.6 billion products each year across the US, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Its GSMA SAS-certified facilities produce embedded and traditional SIM cards, and pre-paid scratch cards. Workz is the world's largest recharge card manufacturer and a top 10 SIM card producer. The company, who has recently been recognized by various market commentators as a leader in eSIM technology, is one of only six eSIM providers certified by the GSMA to manage the eSIM across its full lifecycle from production, data generation and personalisation, to subscription management.
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