12/14/2005 - Comtech Holdings Ltd, the leading Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Solution Enabler, announced the availability of its latest M2M whitepaper, "Enabling growth through a service-based business." Designed for OEMs and Solution Providers, it provides a model to rapidly offer M2M solutions to end users based on the information derived from remote goods and assets.
The whitepaper discusses how service-based growth opportunities can be created for various types of companies together with a blueprint for successful service adoption. It shows the key elements of the solution and how potentially complex implementations can be simplified through win-win partnerships. Solutions are traditionally created by establishing and managing broad partnerships, or by companies working outside their core competencies, which can be a distraction to the business. The whitepaper discusses an alternative "wrapped partnership" approach to simplify adoption and offers practical case studies through two companies that were enabled as service-based Solution Providers within only a period of weeks. The whitepaper is available for immediate download free-of-charge at: - www.comtechm2m.com/m2m-news/whitepapers.htm
"Offering real-time information and services derived from remote assets creates huge growth opportunities for companies," said Steve Whitehead, Technical Director, Comtech Holdings Ltd. "The key to successful service adoption lies in win-win partnerships that allow companies to maintain focus on their core business at the service, solution and implementation levels."
About Comtech Holdings Ltd
Comtech, Bolton, UK, enables companies to remotely monitor and control their equipment via the Internet. The company provides GSM, GPRS, PSTN modems, routers and gateways, Web-based central management applications and specialised M2M services enabling companies to build an end-to-end automated system. Solutions are suited to many diverse markets.
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