PTC subsidiary ThingWorx has revealed details of new partnerships with value-added resellers and systems integrators in the US, Canada, Europe and Malaysia as it continues to expand its global partner network.
New partners include iQuest, VASS and Telecompro in the EMEA region, Commaxion and Micro Technology in the Asia Pacific, and SignalCraft and nSight Systems in North America.
ThingWorx (Exton, PA, USA) said the addition of new partners would support growing demand for “complete, connected” Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, adding that its recent takeover by PTC (Needham, MA, USA) has allowed it to better respond to global demand through the expansion of its network.
“Our partner program is an essential part of creating great customer value and driving the adoption of innovative, powered-by-ThingWorx solutions,” said Russ Fadel, ThingWorx’s president. “We’re confident our customers will be well served by the expansion of our partner network in all the global markets we serve.”
ThingWorx says the partner network offers a number of applications, pre-integrated software components and skills – providing the building blocks needed to design, build, deploy and manage IoT applications.
Commaxion said partnership with ThingWorx would bring with it numerous benefits.
“Commaxion supports a wide range of customers with various applications and telecoms devices which ranges from telemetry, telematics and industrial automation across a wide range of horizontal markets in the electronics and data acquisition industry,” said Ivan Sam, a Commaxion director. “After an exhaustive search for an extensive, purpose-built IoT and M2M application development platform, we chose to partner with ThingWorx for their completeness, simplicity, flexibility, and ability to drive rapid time to value.”
Micro Technology said it would combine its M2M solution with the ThingWorx platform to provide more customizable IoT applications.
“This will provide customers with a comprehensive strategic system that connects sensors and devices to firmware, network and other applications,” said the company in a statement.