Ectobox celebrates 20 years!

by | Sep 2, 2018 | Business, Custom Software, Industry News, IoT, Strategy, Tips & Tricks

Ectobox Celebrates 20 years in business!

The Past

2018 marks 20 years of Ectobox developing solutions outside the box.

 

Ectobox began as a software consulting firm driven by a simple idea: we don’t like to see companies suffer needlessly doing work manually that can hold a business back when there are opportunities to automate processes. Our President and founder wanted to help. With a servant leader mentality, Ectobox moved forward with helping other companies improve, get better at what they do, and grow with software and data.

The Present

IIoT, Software Expertise and the Manufacturing Sector

 

Ectobox has recognized the power and value that IoT can bring to manufacturers in becoming better, more efficient organizations. Therefore, Ectobox has transformed into an IoT and software consulting and solutions company. We are able to help manufacturing companies grow with strategic level consulting as well as the tactical details of technical implementations. We have made this transformation by, among other things, being thought leaders and experts in IoT, making strategic moves to expand our consulting and technical capabilities, and using the latest tools and technology including PTC ThingWorx, AWS IoT, and Azure IoT Hub.

The (near) Future

Continuing to Share Manufacturing IoT and Software Knowledge

 

As Ectobox sees significant company growth in size and market presence, we hope to continue to build strong partnerships with all of you that last into the next 20 years, and beyond.

We have many exciting trade shows, speaking events, and webinars coming up, stay tuned!

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