Tive Featured in Network World's 10 Hot IoT Startups to Watch

Dagny Dukach
Dagny Dukach

Tive is thrilled to be recognized as one of Network World's 10 Hot IoT Startups to Watch. This group of startups includes companies from around the world using connected IoT (Internet of Things) technologies in every industry, from manufacturing to security to (and this one's our personal favorite) supply chain.

The variety of successful IoT startups with different industrial applications sheds light on the importance of IoT for the modern enterprise, no matter the industry. More and more, companies are learning to incorporate modern, IoT-enabled solutions into their existing operations, enabling new levels of transparency and operational efficiency. 

Here at Tive, we're enabling global manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, electronics, and other high-value goods to reach new levels of visibility into the supply chain with our proprietary IoT trackers and cloud-based software platform. With the Internet of Things, it is becoming possible for shippers to develop a digital supply chain, in which managers can rely on real-time updates regarding the precise location and condition of their in-transit goods. It's an exciting time to be at the intersection of supply chain and IoT!

To learn more about the winners of Network World's 10 Hot IoT Startups to Watch, read the full article here. And to learn more about how Tive can bring IoT to your supply chain, request a demo today.

Topics: Tive, IoT



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