Boston, MA, July 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Temperature@lert, leading provider of enterprise environment monitoring products and services, was named a finalist in the People's Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite New Products in the category of New Software of the Year as an Asset Management Solution. They were also named a Finalist in The 2014 American Business Awards earlier this year. They are currently waiting to hear if they will take home the gold. In order for Temperature@lert to win this category, they must collect enough votes to move into first place.
As a finalist in this category, Temperature@lert is requesting the support of their “TempAlerters,” friends, families, and community. To help them, please visit http://www.stevieawards.com/FavoriteNewProducts.peopleschoice/default.cfm to vote for Temperature@lert.
Temperature@lert Short Code: C784Z
The Stevie Award is one of the most internationally desired business awards recognizing organizations and individuals for their entrepreneurial achievements. Temperature@lert President & CEO, Harry Schechter, is “honored that we were a finalist in one category but finding out that we’re a finalist for the People’s Choice Award really shows the significance and power of community needing Temperature@lert’s Sensor Cloud and its total asset management solution. We hope to continue helping all industries in protecting their assets and maintaining compliance”.
Temperature@lert is a software company that specializes in high-performance temperature monitoring products. Sensor Cloud is a web-based Software-as-a-Service product for monitoring the environmental conditions of server rooms, bio-pharmaceutical vaccine storages, transportation, and commercial refrigerators while providing data logging and alerting for various environmental sensors such as temperature, humidity, water, and more. The fault-tolerant design helps ensure that sensor data is logged and maintained for years, while the website and free iPhone/Android apps enable access to sensor readings and the ability to edit phone calls, emails, and SMS alerts from anywhere.
Temperature@lert's Cellular Products have previously won several awards, including a Stevie Gold Award for their Solar Cellular Edition in 2012 and a Gold Stevie for Sensor Cloud in 2013. However, it is Temperature@lert's Sensor Cloud that serves as the brains of all Cellular Editions with over thousands of devices deployed and running the service. Temperature@lert's WIFI and USB devices can also be connected to Sensor Cloud for a consolidated view of all sensor readings and alert statuses. Temperature@lert's mission is to create a cost-effective and fault-tolerant system that will allow any user to monitor their assets at any moment, anywhere.
Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud’s latest features include Incidents, Corrective Action Reporting, and NIST Management. Sensor Cloud protects mission-critical industries and dramatically reduces asset loss. Their in-depth reporting features, advanced alerts, and third-party integrations put Temperature@lert at the forefront of monitoring technologies and asset protection and management against other solutions available today in the market.
The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
Details about The American Business Awards and the list of Finalists in all categories are available atwww.StevieAwards.com/ABA.
Temperature@lert’s temperature and environmental monitoring solutions provide both real-time and historic views of a location’s temperature and other critical parameters through alerts and cloud-based graphs, data logs and reports. This information allows customers to immediately react to potentially disastrous temperature or other fluctuations in critical environments, as well as provide temperature consistency for regulatory and internal process control requirements. Temperature@lert has more than 40,000 devices installed in over 50 countries around the globe. For more information, please visit http://www.temperaturealert.com.