Suppliers Singapore Unified Inbox

Unified Inbox

Singapore
2010
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
Open website

Unified Inbox is a global intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) messaging company focused on smart homes, smart cities, and smart industries (Industry 4.0). With headquarters in Singapore and operations in New Zealand, India, UAE, Europe, and the US, Unified Inbox’s UnificationEngine™ platform brings together Artificial Intelligence (AI) with IoT and unified messaging to enable products and software to communicate with people and things.

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UnificationEngine™ - Intelligent IoT messaging platform 1. Smart Home 2. Smart Enterprise 3. Smart City SHOUT - UnificationEngine™ (UE) powered emergency broadcast product. Outbox Pro - UE-powered social media publishing product. Media Flow - UE-powered communications analytics product.

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