Moro Hub, a subsidiary of Digital Dewa, and WMW, a fully customizable IoT data platform, have signed a partnership to drive sustainable digital transformation in the UAE.
Signed by Mohammad Bin Sulaiman, CEO of Moro Hub, and Bert Vanaken, CEO of WMW, the agreement aims to leverage WMW’s IoT data platform and applications to provide valuable business insights to Moro Hub’s clients in any industry and for any use case.
“Moro Hub is driving, hosting and enabling digital transformation for the better. According to the World Economic Forum, the Internet of Things is undoubtedly one of the biggest drivers of responsible digital transformation and therefore Moro Hub’s vision for a better future An important cornerstone of .For companies and organizations around the world to change their processes to achieve sustainability goals, they need to understand where and how to make changes.
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“That’s where data comes in; data to get the insights needed to solve core problems. Our partnership with WMW will enable businesses to leverage IoT solutions and gain valuable insights to improve their operational efficiency,” Bin Sulaiman said.
Precedence Research estimates that the Industrial IoT market will grow from $326.1 billion in 2021 to $1,742.8 billion by 2030. This economic value grows further once consumer and public sector IoT are included.
With the help of WMW’s IoT platform, which acts as a hub with a single user interface, any asset can be visualized, sensors detect and collect any type of activity and any type of data point at any location for any use case. These are then reported into a dashboard where they are analyzed and turned into actionable results for Moro customers.
“With our shared goal of helping private and public sector entities achieve their digital goals sustainably, we collect, analyze and visualize IoT data to provide agnostic and 100% customizable IoT solutions that help clients accelerate business growth .Our partnership with Moro Hub will not only facilitate the day-to-day operations of commercial organisations, but also translate into sustainable measures of success,” said Vanaken. — trade arab news agency