M2M solutions agreement with Canada’s Rogers Communications is announced by RACO Wireless

John_Horn John Horn, president of RACO Wireless

Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. April 18, 2013 — RACO Wireless, a provider of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, announced today that it has entered into a carrier agreement with Rogers Communications, Canada’s largest wireless communication services provider.
The agreement will allow customers of RACO Wireless to deploy M2M solutions in Canada through its award-winning platform, the Omega Management Suite. With full integration into the Omega Management Suite, customers in a variety of markets – such as fleet management, security, telemedicine and asset management – will, says RACO, experience a turn-key, global solution to their M2M needs.

The Rogers deal will also enable RACO Wireless to support international customers with custom solutions and offers that are unique to the Canadian market. As a result, Canadian businesses and consumers will have access to connected solutions across a number of categories including transportation, healthcare, home, consumer electronics and energy management.

“We are pleased to be able to expand our reach into the Canadian market with such a dynamic player,” said John Horn (pictured), president of RACO Wireless. “Rogers is Canada’s largest wireless communications provider, and we envision our new relationship tremendously benefiting our current and future customers with M2M needs in the Canadian market.”

“We want to make it as easy as possible for people to run their businesses. By expanding our footprint in Canada we not only meet the needs of our expanding customer base by allowing them to grow internationally with proven tools, but we provide them with a clear advantage over their competition,” added Horn.

RACO Wireless is a leading provider of wireless data solutions to the machine-to-machine (M2M) industry. The company specialises in making it easy for companies to build, support and enhance wireless M2M applications. RACO Wireless can assemble a flexible, end-to-end M2M wireless connectivity solution for its partners – including delivering custom rate plans, tailored billing solutions and customised wireless connectivity as well as helping them brand their M2M applications and delivering 24/7 customer service.

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