KORE Forges New Hierarchical Account Structure in PRiSMPro
FREMONT, CA: KORE, a provider of networking solutions in the IoT (Internet of Things) and M2M (Machine to machine) communication sectors revealed its new account hierarchy structure that is implemented in PRiSMPro. The new structure empowers a control over the devices, enabling efficient device segmentation and management capabilities for users. It classifies the devices into ‘Parent’ and ‘Child’ categories, hence assigning appropriate administrative privileges focused on fulfilling specific business needs. The Parent manages all devices together, whereas Child can only be managed by a specific group of users.
“By restructuring our Account Hierarchy platform, KORE is taking an active role enabling more Internet-of-Things business models to succeed,” states Keyur Thakore, leader of Product Management for Connectivity Solutions, KORE.
The Hierarchical Account structure facilitates enhanced level of visibility into voice usage, SMS and data. It also offers an overall visibility of the devices. Child users can set usage limits for each device during SIM activation and receiving device specific alerts. Its management involves the configuration of alerts for all devices, irrespective of the Parent and Child categories. A Parent user has the right to assign unlimited SIM’s to a Child user. The Parent account managers in PRiSMPro can receive a common billing invoice for Parent and all the connected Child accounts.
In GSM, CDMA and LTE, KORE offers a stable coverage via Tier 1 carrier, multi carrier satellite and cellular network services. The company’s PRiSMPro platform delivers an advanced level of customization and control over the devices. The firm also provides high end applications for effectively managing devices connected on the IoT. The KORE Position Logic software facilitates highly productive and consistent location-based services (LBS) for companies worldwide.
“Operationally, businesses will find it much easier to manage multiple use cases in same enterprise, create more detailed profit-and-loss assignments and, in the case of reseller organizations, streamline visibility into what will surely become a highly diverse set of revenue streams,” adds Keyur.