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Banyan Hills Technologies Named a General Member of the Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance

 

Banyan joins a community of embedded developers and solution providers to innovate for IoT

 

Atlanta, Ga. – Sept. 20, 2017

Internet of Things (IoT) consulting experts and software platform provider, Banyan Hills Technologies (Banyan), today announced that it has joined the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance as a general member. The Global Alliance, which includes Intel and about 400 other companies, provides scalable, interoperable solutions that accelerate the implementation of smart devices, connected networks and end-to-end analytics.

The IoT Solutions Alliance is one of the world’s most recognized and trusted technology ecosystems, creating leading-edge solutions and bringing product and solutions to market faster than ever before.  Banyan’s expertise in design, development, installation, and maintenance of both 32 and 64-bit architectures, including Intel® x86, ARM, PowerPC, and MIPS chipsets helps support IoT implementations at scale.

“The Internet of Things is one of the fastest growing technology markets. According to McKinsey research, by 2025, the total global worth of IoT technology could be as much as USD 6.2 trillion,” said Steve Latham, chief executive officer and founder, Banyan Hills Technologies. “We are proud to become part of the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance and join this community of experts to help businesses realize the full potential of an IoT implementation. We look forward to collaborating with other leaders and innovators in this industry to help bring insights, understanding and solutions to simplify the complexity of IoT.”

Banyan’s IoT platform, CanopyTM, is the most advanced cloud solution for managing self-service devices, kiosks, vending machines, digital signs and other connected end points. Canopy is providing businesses in industries such as healthcare, retail, hospitality and entertainment with a back office for IoT with real-time dashboard metrics, remote management capabilities and integrated payments.

A Canopy implementation is customizable to fit unique business needs, support multitenant organizations, and providing owners and operators with a centralized management portal. It enables automation, enhances operations, drives new revenue and helps businesses create better customer experiences. Operators can manage the entire business securely and centrally with Canopy.

In addition, to learn more about the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance, please visit the website.

More Canopy Features

Our IoT platform helps you achieve your business goals

Dashboard

Canopy provides an operator with a centralized web portal.

Operations

A feature-rich user interface to help manage the implementation.

Facilities

Track customizable, detailed information about your locations.

Devices

Track information on all of your connected devices.

Customers

Canopy has customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities.

Transactions

Monitor and manage device transactions and revenue.

Payments

Securely transact from a device via your chosen processor.

Inventory

Gain visibility into your inventory levels across the network.

IoT Campaigns

Automate tasks through an easy-to-use framework.

Marketing

Create rich marketing campaigns that deliver promotional content.

Incidents

Canopy provides an integrated incident management solution.

Reports

Canned and analytic reporting capabilities are available.

“We knew we needed this from day one. It’s an enterprise class solution that’s going to allow us to monitor a fleet of these things across the country and have that real-time visibility.”
Eric Hoersten
Swing King co-founder and COO/CTO

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