Microshare Introduces React-M Application to Support BPM and Behavioural Change

Published on: 06 July 2022
by KnowESG

At today's LoRaWAN World Expo in Paris, Microshare, a leading smart building technology and sustainable data company based in Philadelphia, unveils a powerful new software that connects smart building data and digital twins with practical business operations.

The new app, dubbed React-M, pushes recommendations, alerts, and scoring data directly to relevant teams and professionals, enabling prompt and targeted responses and providing a crucial link between the Internet of Things (IoT) data that Microshare's solutions generate and Business Process Management (BPM) applications.

The application offers significant increases in operational staff and third-party contractor productivity per head, resulting in cost savings, risk mitigation, and enhanced customer satisfaction. From office environments to multifamily buildings to complex environments such as manufacturing and transportation hubs, the data created by Microshare's EverSmart portfolio of products now drives behavioural change and accelerates the response time to IoT insights in a variety of settings.

Tim Panagos, Microshare Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder said:

"There’s been a lot of money spent on IoT projects, but the business fails to capture their full value because their staff fails to react to the data. React-M receives recommended actions triggered by IoT events interpreted by AI on the Microshare cloud.

"These recommended tasks are displayed as app notifications on the user’s phone or tablet, making it easy for staff to remediate problems before they get out of hand. Our experience tells us that behavioural change is the elusive last mile that determines the success or failure of most IoT projects.”

React-M guides the user from alert to resolution while recording the time required for each step. Even for the largest worldwide portfolios, process reporting enables managers to observe how their firm addresses obstacles. It is a great combination of IoT, AI, and BPM technologies since it eliminates guessing from completing the most crucial tasks.

Source: Globe Newswire

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