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Indian IT consulting firm Technologies said that it will participate at SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference being held May 7-9 in , Florida. Technologies will showcase a joint demo with Sierra Wireless, a leading provider of fully integrated device-to-cloud solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), on the Smart Logistics for Inventory Tracking 1.0 Accelerator powered by SAP Leonardo.

This SAP-certified solution integrates with the Sierra Wireless Octave distributed data orchestration platform to deliver a secure, scalable solution that will transform how companies manage inventories of consumable products.

The solution uses low-power, wide-area (LPWA) wireless technology and provides near real-time visibility into asset data to monitor inventory efficiently, improve traceability, and unlock additional revenue from assets.

“Supply-chain optimization is critical for business success today, and the combination of cellular technologies, IoT data orchestration, and blockchain adds levels of efficiency that result in significant resource and financial gains,” said Michael Romero, Senior Vice President, SAP Practice, HCL Technologies.

“HCL’s expertise in IoT and blockchain, combined with Sierra Wireless’ data orchestration capabilities, allow for a powerful solution.”

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