InVMA to Integrate Cryptosoft's Data Centric Security Solution into its Applications

By CIOReview | Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: IoT solutions provider Cryptosoft has joined forces with InVMA, a value added reseller and system integrator for PTC ThingWorx. According to the partnership agreement between the two companies, InVMA will bring in and incorporate Cryptosoft’s policy driven data authentication and encryption software into its applications for enhancing clients’ security levels. Furthermore, the collaboration will see both the companies deliver customers with superior solutions for their IoT projects, by operating alongside with leading IoT ecosystem provider ThingWorx.

ThingWorx from InVMA, equips manufacturers with the ability to initiate a transformation in operational innovation and efficiency by designing connected applications within their intranet of equipment, processes, and systems. ThingWorx establishes a searchable, mashable and composable infrastructure, thereby driving innovation and responsiveness, all while reducing IT costs.

“Integrating Cryptosoft into our custom applications will provide the significant level of additional security that our clients are increasingly demanding. It will also enable us to help Cryptosoft’s clients by providing a one-stop shop for ThingWorx and Cryptosoft,” says Pat Nash, CEO, InVMA.

For Cryptosoft, teaming up with InVMA allows them to draw on the capabilities of ThingWorx to design and deploy innovative M2M and IoT applications with significant reductions in cost, time, and risk. The partnership allows Cryptosoft to boost its data centric security solution for IoT and M2M. Additionally, the company will get access to key customers in diverse industry verticals like manufacturing, oil and gas, energy, transportation and more.

“We are delighted to be working with InVMA as we look to build industry leading partnerships with Thingworx and their European partner InVMA in solving the IoT security challenges for IoT Platform providers,” adds Darron Antill CEO, Cryptosoft.