Cracking the IoT Market: Channel Partners 2018 and Wireless Watchdogs

When it comes to the Channel Partners 2018 show, what happens in Vegas doesn't have to stay in Vegas.

And that's because Channel Partners is one of the world's largest gatherings of partners, suppliers, exhibitors, and industry experts, all looking to find their own right mix of market and opportunities.

It's why Wireless Watchdogs will be there, too.

Large-scale IoT deployments with hundreds, thousands, or even hundreds of thousands of connected devices are becoming increasingly commonplace, as are mobile device deployments to connected workforces. But the efficiencies and gains that should be realized by an organization through such deployments is often obscured or lost by the enormous efforts involved in managing the provisioning and connectivity of all those devices.

That's where we come in. We have years of experience in helping companies manage their connected device deployments, simplifying their bills, cutting their support costs, and finally realizing the full potential of their mobile devices.

But the market is so large, and the opportunity so big, that we can't reach everyone ourselves. That's why we're always looking for Channel Partners. Channel partners that know the huge potential of the IoT market, but don't fully know what or how to sell into it. Channel partners that want their share of an enormous market. Channel partners that see the value of getting into the IoT ecosystem in its infancy, and the opportunities that abound there.

The Channel Partners Conference and Expo is April 17 and 18th at the Venetian and Sands Expo in Las Vegas. If you'd like to learn more about how you can break into the enormous IoT and mobile device management market, come on down and stop by Booth #3085. 

You'll be glad that what happens there doesn't stay in Vegas.

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