WebNMS wins two prestigious awards at the Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2013

Chennai, India — WebNMS, a division of Zoho Corp. and a leading global provider of M2M platform and Telecom Network Management, has won two prestigious awards for ‘Innovation in M2M’ and ‘Network Management Solutions (NMS)’ at the Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2013, conducted by Aegis Business School in Mumbai.

WebNMS’ M2M platform offers highly customisable and scalable n-tier architecture that facilitates the building of a wide range of M2M applications, including remote monitoring and control, security, energy management solutions, fleet management and healthcare applications, with minimal time and effort.

The selection process of the Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2013 winners was based on various parameters such as innovation, market potential, social potential, sustainability and interoperability through a detailed methodology, reliable process validation and research conducted by Price Waterhouse Coopers. The jury included veterans from India’s IT and Telecom industry.

 

Prabhu Ramachandran, Director of WebNMS, said: “We are honoured that Aegis has recognised us for our services that highlight our competencies in the field of M2M and Network Management Solution. Our revolutionary M2M application development platform and Network Management framework have helped us bring remotely controlled devices and systems from the laboratory to reality, thus helping the development of M2M ecosystem”.

 

“Zoho Corp’s WebNMS M2M Platform’s extensive APIs enable a high degree of customisation and encapsulate huge volumes of unstructured data generated from varied devices, sensors, RTU, etc.,” said Mr Mohit Varshney, Project Head, Aegis Graham Bell Award 2013. “Advanced analytics, combined with intuitive UI, decodes the unstructured data for proactive decisions. The jury was impressed with its unparalleled out-of-the-box application functions, combined with tremendous flexibility to customise and adapt the framework for a variety of domain specific needs.”

WebNMS is a telecom software division of Zoho Corp. that specialises in network and element management framework and M2M platform that are targeted towards network service providers, managed service providers and solution vendors. As a latest addition to its portfolio, WebNMS has forayed into M2M solutions to remotely monitor and control passive infrastructures and to operate large network devices.

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