Back to Banyan Hills Insights

IoT Campaigns Are Now IoT Automations

IoT Automations in Canopy

What used to be called ‘IoT Campaigns’ in Canopy are now called ‘IoT Automations.’

October 21, 2020 - The next time you log into our IoT platform, Canopy, you will notice a change in the name of one of our modules.

What used to be called IoT Campaigns is now … IoT Automations.

Why’d we make this change? We believe IoT Automations encompasses more of what’s possible in this module. It’s all about helping organizations automate tasks big and small. That sounds simple but the benefits are immense: automation can minimize human oversight of certain routine jobs, improve response times to problems and notify managers with updates on progress getting important things done.

Here are some of the other reasons why users love creating IoT Automations in the Canopy:

  • Ease of use: We created a dead-simple drag-and-drop interface that allows users to be up and running quickly. No programming skills necessary!
  • Flexibility: Pull in data and devices from across your enterprise and then configure a workflow to suit your needs.
  • Continuous updates: We’re always making improvements and pushing out updates to continuously help our users get more out of automation.
  • Great support: Have a question? Unsure where to start? No problem. We’re here to help. Just contact our incredible customer success team and we’ll lend you a hand.

Want to talk about automating a task in your organization? Excellent. We’d love to help you get started. Contact us today to set up a meeting where we can explore automation together.

Resources

Stay up-to-date on software connectivity

 
Digital signage in a restaurant. Person using finger to order menu item.
How RMM Software Plays a Key Role in Digital Signage

As digital signage becomes more interactive and 'touch-friendly,' the need for remote monitoring and management (RMM) software continues to grow.

Canopy Principal Architect Steve Ardis
Trends in DevOps and Evolving Technologies: Q&A with Canopy Principal Architect Steve Ardis

Canopy’s Principal Architect Steve Ardis reflects on the growing role of DevOps and Canopy’s evolution as the remote device management platform of choice.

Security Surveillance worker installing camera
As Demand Climbs for Video Surveillance Capability, Remote Monitoring Software Improves Public Safety

More and more business owners are recognizing the enormous benefit of remote monitoring and management of video surveillance.

COVID-19 Update: Our commitment to our customers. Learn more