DUBAI, UAE, Dec. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The prestigious technology watchdog publication says the global firm has been listed for its in-depth knowledge and expertise in data analysis, business intelligence along with its vast range of solutions that offer shorter time to market across a wide variety of verticals
Pacific Control Systems (PCS), a global provider of ICT-enabled managed services headquartered in Dubai has been recognized among the ’50 Most Promising Internet of Things (IoT) Technology Companies’ by the prestigious magazine CIO Review.
According to the magazine, the positioning is based on their solutions that shorten time to market and provide the IOT enablement as a service end to end.
The annual list of 50 companies, listed after reviewing over 1000 companies, is published in the magazine’s December 2014 issue, and is selected by a panel of experts and members of CIO Review’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship.
In its report, CIO Review states PCS strives on the notion of delivering managed services as a services end-to-end. "This viewpoint on managed services delivery has brought Pacific Controls numerous customers who are Fortune 500 companies, governments, and other" the report said.
"Pacific Controls has been on our radar for some time now, for stirring a revolution in the IoT space, and we are happy to showcase them this year due to their continuing excellence in delivering top-notch technology-driven solutions," said Harvi Sachar, Publisher and Founder, CIO Review.
He added: "PCS continued to break new ground within the past year benefiting its customers around the globe, and we’re excited to have them featured on our top companies list."
Dilip Rahulan, Executive Chairman, PCS, said: "PCS is delivering innovative solutions in IOT to global OEM’s and Smart City developers around the world, this recognition by CIO Review validates our position as a global leader."
"Our platform ‘Galaxy 2021’ revolutionizes the way devices will be connected to the enterprise in real time, globally enabling the IOT evolution to radically transform business processes as a whole and delivering real time business intelligence as a service to multiple stake holders," he added.
‘Galaxy 2021’ also enables ‘Gbots 2021’, a paradigm shift in delivering artificial Intelligence to the IOT world.
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