Mojio, a top cloud platform and SaaS provider for connected vehicles, recently announced they have become a member of the Internet of Things Consortium. Mojio decided to join the IoTC, which currently has over 75 companies as members, is due to Mojio's focus on pivotal partnerships to help create mutually beneficial business models that push forward the market and create improved value for consumers and companies.
The IoTC is a cross-industry business development organization dedicated to accelerating the Internet of Things (IoT) by enabling strategic partnerships, creating opportunities for knowledge sharing and taking a collaborative approach to overcoming roadblocks on the path to mass market adoption of IoT.
Mojio’s suite of telco-grade IoT solutions – including the company’s leading cloud platform and mobile apps for connected cars – create a smarter, safer, and more convenient car ownership experience for consumers, while enabling new revenue opportunities for enterprises across the automotive value chain, including mobile network operators, automotive manufacturers, tier one suppliers, car dealerships, automotive service providers, and insurance carriers.
“Mojio’s proven success in leveraging the power of IoT to deliver immediate value to both enterprises and consumers makes them an ideal addition to our growing portfolio of members,” said Greg Kahn, President and CEO of the IoT Consortium. “We look forward to collaborating with Mojio’s leadership team to jointly accelerate the mass adoption of IoT.”
Mojio’s IoT insights will be a strong addition to the already impressive progress the IoTC has made in developing insightful resources for, and delivering collective value to, the more than 75 member companies, including several existing Mojio partners: T-Mobile, IFTTT and Assurant.
“At Mojio, we recognize the massive impact that connected cars are having on the global IoT ecosystem and we’re looking forward to becoming highly engaged members of the IoT Consortium,” said Kenny Hawk, Mojio CEO. “Using IoT technologies to bridge the gaps between major industry verticals, such as automotive and telecommunications, is key to evolving how people engage with — and manage — the things that matter most to them in this increasingly connected world.”
Edited by M. Hunt
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