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DNA Connect inks agreement with Reekoh for IoT solutions

14 May 18

DNA Connect has signed a distribution agreement to add Reekoh’s IoT integration platform to its portfolio.

DNA Connect is a specialist distributor that has been distributing infrastructure, security and analytics technologies to the IT and OT markets for more than 25 years.

Reekoh provides an agile software platform that connects and integrates IoT technologies with any business system.

“There are a myriad of IoT sensor and platform options in the market, most of which won’t talk easily to each other. We went looking for an IoT technology platform that could bridge the gap between them all – and we found it with Reekoh” says DNA Connect director Munsoor Khan.

“The Reekoh platform provides integration between IoT components via plugins, this means no coding just configuration. With Reekoh and our IoT solutions stack, our Partners can now provide a suite of sensor to dashboard solutions to their customers that are open and don’t require specialist programming skills. Once Reekoh is in place with the customer, there is also the capability for the next stage of IoT projects to develop quickly beyond dashboards into business intelligence and integration”.

“Partnering with DNA was a natural next step,” says Reekoh CEO and co-founder Dale Rankine.

“DNA’s engineering team worked with us to help test our Splunk plugins in a couple of real-world environments and we have been working very closely with DNA and their Partners on some new Smart City projects. We are growing quickly and partnering with DNA will help to accelerate this growth”.

Reekoh was featured in Gartner’s “2017 Market Guide for IoT Integration” and was one of their “2017 Cool Vendors for the Internet of Things”.

DNA Connect was recently named by Splunk as its APAC distribution partner of the year for being the top revenue- and value-generating distribution partner in the region.

“We’re delighted to receive this recognition from Splunk for yet another successful year in our Partnership,” Khan said of the win.

“We continue to work very closely together to ensure that the Partner+ Program provides the platform our Partners need to deliver innovative Splunk solutions to their Customers.”

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