Bigmate Solves IoT Asset Management with Embedded BI
- Application Infrastructure & Middleware - Database Management & Storage
- Platform as a Service (PaaS) - Application Development Platforms
- Equipment & Machinery
- Product Research & Development
- Driver Performance Monitoring
- Vehicle Telematics
Bigmate deals primarily with the Internet of Things (IoT), or more specifically, the Internet of Assets (IoA). The company needed a solution to collect and analyze data from business assets and provide meaningful business intelligence to their customers. They also needed to deliver visualizations that bring clarity to the data, which was generated as frequently as once a second.
About The Customer
Bigmate helps customers determine their business requirements and provides cost-effective, IoT-driven solutions to cut operating expenses or increase revenue. They offer real-time vehicle tracking, data analysis, and tools that scale vertically or horizontally.
Bigmate implemented TIBCO Jaspersoft® embedded BI to consume IoT and IoA data and deliver answers to business problems. They used the Jaspersoft® system as their reporting solution, which allowed them to retain customers, triple their product offerings, and add new customers. They also turned to Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host their platform in a versatile and scalable environment.
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