Our two platforms lay the foundation for sixteen business solutions, which improve safety, compliance, productivity, and frugality measures. They provide real-time intelligence about physical things, as these things are manufactured, transported, utilized, serviced, or retired.
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With InThing, we can manage all our product inventory, fleet movement from a single place, and are alerted immediately if they don't keep to a schedule.
InThing has brought our manual intervention to a minimum. All of our inventory is connected to a single system, and it gives us a 360 degree view of where everything is.
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We partner with you to help design and devise solutions that proactively manage supply chain and realize benefits. Our smart tracking solutions help customers across the globe, in diverse markets and verticals like healthcare, manufacturing, logistics, and retail.Know More
We understand your needs to provide an integrated service as a partner, plugging in challenges you face, affecting business operations. Our services ensure optimal functioning of the system, minimize costs while eliminating the need to hire an in-house workforce.Know More
Our support to our customers extends to addressing existing supply-chain needs, as well as pre-empting unforeseen eventualities. It includes hardware and software support, integration issue resolutions, and continuous monitoring of the outcome of the implementation.Know More
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