InformaCast Fusion with Microsoft Teams Wins IoT integration Award from Commercial Integrator

Singlewire Software, a leading mass notification technology developer, has won an IoT integration Award presented by Commercial Integrator, CE Pro and Security Sales and Integration magazines. The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, resulting in efficiency improvements, economic benefits, and reduced human intervention. Singlewire won for its InformaCast Fusion with Microsoft Teams offering in the Fire/Intrusion category.

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“Being able to integrate with the Internet of Things is critical in today’s commercial environments,” said Pat Scheckel, vice president of product management at Singlewire Software. “InformaCast Fusion with Microsoft Teams offers expanded integrations with devices and systems most organizations already have in place. This award highlights the value this can have for organizations looking to enhance safety and communication.”

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InformaCast Fusion with Microsoft Teams is a mass notification system that allows organizations to add value to existing devices by leveraging them for safety and communication. With the ability to reach mobile and on-premises devices and well as collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams, InformaCast offers the speed, reach and flexibility organizations need to utilize technology that’s already in place to keep people safe and informed. It can connect to a wide range of IoT devices, including IP phones, IP speakers, desktop computers, panic buttons, digital signage, mobile phones, door access control systems and more to provide organizations with a powerful mass notification ecosystem.

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