Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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Algarytm

Digital strategy to algorithm economy
United States
2013
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
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Algarytm is an award winning mobile solutions provider trusted by companies like ABB, Medtronic, Tennant Co, Kraft (Mondelez), Hallmark, and Hunter Douglas, with simple yet transformational solutions that people love to use. By combining ORACLE ERP software and mobile solutions with over 100 plus mobile app project implementation experience, Algarytm helps organizations redefine and reinvent business processes across the wholesale, retail, manufacturing, finance, transportation and logistics industries.

Focusing on enterprise mobility with a heavy emphasis on design thinking, performance, and security, Algarytm’s complete suite of 100+ mobile solutions help customers lead the algorithm economy. Algarytm is a proud partner of Capriza, Microsoft/Xamarin, Airwatch, Ionic, GOOD, Oracle and SAP.
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Detect problems in advance, decrease downtime and improve your bottom line with our predictive maintenance solution powered by the IoT, mobile, cloud and big data. We can help you from predictive maintenance strategy to execution and support.

With advances in technology, predictive maintenance is neither science fiction nor rocket science. It requires nothing more than sensors to measure things such as speed, movement/oscillation, temperature, humidity, and more. We can read these measurements through Raspberry Pi software and connect with frontend applications that provide you with actionable insights. These sensors cost around $50 per unit and Raspberry Pi is an open source program. For $50,000 or less, you can run a predictive maintenance program and create millions of dollars in new business and productivity.

For example, we helped a manufacturer of heavy machinery develop a mobile application for customers designed to allow users to see which parts are nearing their end of life. With this information, users can schedule an appointment with the service technician and order the correct parts long before the manufacturer’s technician arrives to service the equipment.
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Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Services
Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
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