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Alpha-Omega Technology and Deviceflo partner to power scalable IoT-Projects

Updated: Jun 22, 2023

Deviceflo announces it has closed a partnership with Alpha-Omega, with the goal of enabling scalable IoT deployments by streamlining IoT hardware operations.

Schimberg, Germany, Walissellen, Switzerland - 23.05.2023 - Deviceflo, the IoT process platform and toolkit dedicated to enabling scalable enterprise IoT use cases, has partnered with Germany-based Alpha-Omega Technology, the leading IoT hardware distributor in DACH. Their common goal is to simplify the scalable implementation of IoTprojects.

As IoT comes of age and many companies evaluate the expansion of their use cases beyond the pilot phase, more attention is being paid to increasing process efficiency and reducing complexity in the planning, ordering and installation of IoT hardware.

The collaboration involves streamlining the IoT hardware ordering and data management

processes by connecting the order management modules of the Deviceflo platform with the

order processing module in the IoT shop.

The result is a touch-and-go self-service portal for planning and executing IoT

projects, compatible with most IoT platforms on the market. With Alpha-Omega Technology offering the largest portfolio of IoT devices in the DACH market, the combined solution enables the implementation of a wide range of IoT use cases.

In the partnership, Alpha-Omega Technology handles all hardware-related processes and

data insertion associated with the delivery of IoT hardware, while Deviceflo provides

the planning and execution tools for the rollout and governance of IoT projects through a network of service partners.

Based on project experience, customers benefit from the combined solution by reducing the project and lifecycle costs of IoT projects by upto 50%, reducing complexity and freeing up key project resources.


"Large-scale IoT deployments present a whole new set of challenges, and a tool like Deviceflo can make a very important contribution to reducing project overhead and increasing transparency.” said Jan Bose, CEO of Alpha-Omega Technology

"We are excited about the Alpha-Omega Technology partnership. Success in

the IoT market requires rethinking the way projects are planned and

executed, with more focus on E2E process efficiency. The Alpha-Omega

Technology partnership is an important part of this ecosystem

integration strategy" said Peter van Overmeir, founder of Deviceflo.


About Alpha-Omega Technology

Alpha-Omega Technology GmbH & Co. KG, based in Schimberg, Thuringia, and Berlin, was founded in 2016 by Jan Bose as a sister company of the consultancy Alpha-Omega Projects GmbH. With the development of IoT applications based on low-power networks such as LoRaWAN, Alpha-

Omega Technology creates novel and cost-effective solutions for public and commercial customers. In addition to selling IoT hardware and developing software, Alpha-Omega Technology establishes IoT networks for municipalities and companies together with partners and advises customers on the implementation strategy. Alpha-Omega Technology operates Germany's largest online shop for sensors and other equipment for setting up professional LoRaWAN networks. In addition to energy providers and municipalities, customers also include research institutions and industrial companies.

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About Deviceflo

Deviceflo is a software platform that streamlines IoT hardware operations and reduces project overhead related to IoT projects by at least 50%. As a process orchestration and installation toolkit,

Deviceflo delivers an IoT technology-agnostic solution that interfaces with the IoT platform of choice while simultaneously handling IoT technologies such as LoRaWAN®, BLE, wMBus, and more.

Intuitive project planning and material ordering with supply chain process integration as well as intelligent service partner management ensures E2E process continuity and results in significant cost savings in the delivery of IoT projects while creating visibility into IoT device operations.

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