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Everything you don’t know about IoT and its application

IoT is a buzzword these days but as companies began to embrace IoT, the main question remains: What benefits can IoT actually bring to businesses? Mike Mastroyiannis, Energybox COO, addresses this question by giving his thoughts and perspective. In addition, he also gives his analysis on how to accelerate the adoption of IoT for businesses.…

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Winter is Coming Prevent Equipment Breakdowns During Cold Months

Our very own, Tony Carrella, offers advice to convenience store owners on how IoT monitoring technology can prevent equipment breakdowns during the colder months. Check out his featured story in the winter issue of Convenience & Carwash magazine.   Here is a link to the article: https://www.convenienceandcarwash.com/winter-is-coming-prevent-equipment-breakdowns-during-cold-months/   By Tony Carrella There is no getting…

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Energybox Launches New Software Platform

The new business intelligence platform offers a complete customized overview of your locations and equipment in real-time MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY – Energybox, the digital global leader that specializes in IoT monitoring and data analytics technology, today announces the latest release of their new software. The new flexible platform tracks equipment and facilities across multiple locations…

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Maslow’s hierarchy of needs in IoT

Meeting customers regularly, we always get asked can you do predictive maintenance? Do you have “value-add” analytics (whatever value add really means)? Automated energy savings?   The quick answer, of course we can! This is why we have our software engineers, electrical engineers, hardware product designers and data scientists all in one room working together…

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Food service operators need to go digital

As staff turnover rates in the food industry continue to increase, consumers and food service operators will face the consequences. For food service operators, a  shrinking talent pool might translate to difficulty in hiring qualified staff. Without the right level of training, operators are putting their customers at risk.   Chipotle is an example of…

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Pen and paper food safety records are not good for your business

Food safety is vital to every food business and staying on top of it is a constant challenge. However, the majority of food businesses still collect food safety records using manual processes, which can be a time-consuming process and is far from infallible. There are several reasons for food businesses to switch to digital records:…

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