m2m apps joins the M2M Alliance

m2m apps joins the M2M Alliance

m2m apps GmbH, the operator of the first global network for products and services from the M2M (machine-to-machine communication) sector has joined the M2M Alliance.

The M2M Alliance is an open initiative for providers and users of M2M solutions. The aim is to raise the profile of the technology within industry, the world of business and society as a whole and to encourage sustainable further development.

Georg Steimel, Chairman of the M2M Alliance explains:

“The M2M market has grown increasingly complex in the last few years. Almost every day, new applications are emerging from all kinds of sectors such as energy, automotive and health.
The aim of the M2M Alliance is to promote transparency on the market and dialog between providers. We are therefore delighted to welcome a company such as m2m apps GmbH, which is pursuing the same goals and helping, with its www.m2mapps.com network, to reduce the level of complexity on the market.”

m2m apps GmbH has recently launched the “m2mapps.com” online network in English. This is where companies from the M2M sector can register free of charge, easily create company profiles and upload information about their products and services. The platform helps providers of M2M products and services to market their portfolio effectively and reach a large number of potential customers. m2m apps enables corporations to present themselves and their products free of charge in a dedicated and professional environment all over the world.

At the same time, users of M2M technology can quickly find the right offers for their projects thanks to systematic categorizations and advanced search functions at m2mapps.com. The platform also provides comprehensive insights into the M2M market through exclusive interviews with top international experts. A further highlight is the blog by Beecham Research CEO and market analyst Robin Duke-Woolley.

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