CGI partners with Arkessa to deliver IoT based solutions

Cambridge, UK – Arkessa Ltd, a provider of IoT and M2M platforms and services has announced its strategic partnership with CGI to deliver complete IoT solutions to enterprise customers.

The partnership between brings together Arkessa’s enterprise IoT and M2M platforms with CGI’s integration and domain knowledge to offer enterprises customised IoT solutions.


“Arkessa is an expert in IoT and M2M, having developed leading products and services which enable organisations to easily connect to and get value from their remote devices and assets,” said Sophie Ellis, UK Alliances Director, CGI. “As a Foundation partner of our SME Accelerate program, we are delighted to be collaborating with Arkessa, leading the way in making the Internet of Things a business reality and helping us to bring excellence and innovation to our customers.”


Arkessa aims to provide IoT and M2M products and services that make connecting, managing and communicating with remote devices and assets, easy. The company currently provides its customers with IoT and M2M capabilities across the energy, transport, retail and healthcare sectors. Some of these customers have deployed hundreds of thousands of devices using Arkessa’s platforms.


“CGI recognises both the agility of SMEs and the importance of an ecosystem of experts which is reflected in their strong partnership approach. Arkessa prides itself on bringing innovation to our customers and partners in this connected age, and we are delighted to be part of CGI’s solution in IoT and M2M,” said Andrew Orrock, CEO, Arkessa. “We share CGI’s passion for excellence, and look forward to working together to deliver outstanding results for Enterprise customers.”


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