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Best Practices Award

10 May, 2021

IXON, a leading remote service and IIoT solution provider for industrial machines and installations, has received the Frost & Sullivan 2020 New Product Innovation Award for IXON Cloud, the European IIoT Platform for Machine Building.

Frost & Sullivan, a worldwide renowned consulting firm, annually presents Best Practices Awards that recognise companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development.

This recognition of IXON is a reflection of how well it excels in many of the criteria in the IIoT space. "Our analysis indicates that with such a complete, end-to-end platform, machine builders can now respond quickly to any industry disruptions and establish a foundation for agility and flexibility," shares Sankara Narayanan, Senior Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "With IXON’s platform, machine builders no longer have to rely on solutions that offer only a few components because they can now use one platform to fulfill all their needs related to cloud enabling their machines."

Willem Hofmans, CEO at IXON: "We are very pleased to receive this award from a renowned agency like Frost & Sullivan. Thousands of machine builders worldwide already reap the benefits from our IIoT solutions, and this distinction is a validation of that success. At the core of everything we do at IXON is the pursuit to help machine builders through their digital transformation in the easiest way possible so that they can focus on what matters, their machines. It is a privilege to receive Frost & Sullivan’s recognition of our value in exactly this area.”

For more information about the best practices criteria and why IXON won the award, view the full award report here.

Visit www.ixon.cloud for more information.

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