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RFID products and IoT solutions provider Technology Group and said that they are forming a strategic technology partnership for bring IoT solutions in the market. Under this association, both companies will bring their respective capabilities to launch IoT solutions aimed at brand owners, retailers, and the industrial and logistics sectors.

“The combination of Smartrac’s industry-leading RFID transponder technology, our innovative Smart Cosmos solutions platform and Sasken’s strong services delivery expertise brings unequaled new capabilities to the global market for companies looking to optimize supply chains, enhance customer engagement, and drive efficiencies across their value ecosystem,” said Dinesh Dhamija, Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Management Board, Smartrac.

“Through our collaboration we will make our customers’ products and assets smarter, enabling enhanced and improved performance across all aspects of our customers’ businesses, leveraging the latest innovations in IoT technology,” said Raman Sapra, Executive VP and General Manager-Digital, Sasken.

“We will use Smartrac’s solutions platform Smart Cosmos and IoT capabilities along with our Digital services capabilities in Cloud, IoT, Mobile Apps and Analytics to deliver innovative industry-specific applications that enable our customers to realize the value of digital,” he added.

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