Recent Honors at the Value Chain Awards

OmniSite, the global leader in cellular monitoring solutions for municipal pump alarms, monitoring and remote data logging, was recently honored as a part of the Connected World magazine Value Chain Awards. OmniSite is recognized as the technology enabler in the Utilities category for Noblesville Utilities, a Silver-Award winner.

OmniSite Honored as Connected World Value Chain Award Winner
In Photo:KORE, OmniSite, Noblesville Utilities, and Novatel Wireless

The annual Value Chain Awards showcase connected devices that lead to businesses becoming more successful by enhancing service or productivity.

“OmniSite is very excited to be honored with a Value Chain Award for the first time,” said Tom Ward, president, OmniSite. “Since our start in 1999, OmniSite has been committed in our mission to provide the best pump monitoring technology for municipalities across the country. It’s nice to see that our value, customer service, and product have allowed us, and one of our municipal partners to be recognized by Connected World Magazine.”

“The 2012 winners represent successful implementations in home health, education, emergency response, tracking and even the prevention of distracted driving. This is a great illustration as to how M2M technology and connected devices can be relied upon to not only make our lives more convenient and efficient, but much safer and responsible,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World. “Congratulations to all of the individuals and companies honored.”

Powered by the Kore Telematics Cellular Network and 24 cellular-powered devices from OmniSite, Noblesville Utilities is able to monitor flow and water levels and receive real-time alarm notifications via text, email, or voice response. This innovative technology has thus far led to a reduction in communications-related expenses while helping the municipality perform preventative maintenance on equipment.

“Omnisite’s ease of installation and setup has allowed our maintenance personnel to install units on their own, program notifications to whomever may need them at any time, and swap out any parts without calling in for outside service help.” Said Karrie Hutson, Noblesville Plant Chief Operator. “We are getting emails and texts that alert us to pump issues while operators are on duty. This allows us to be proactive with issues before major problems arise.”

If you would like to learn more about OmniSite and our innovative cellular technology please contact us anytime.

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