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System Partners

Calculus has already helped numerous other IoT companies to successfully start or scale up measuring solutions, connectivity, dashboards, and technical support.

Machine builders

Mechanical engineers engage Calculus to remotely monitor and adjust their installations so that they can quickly and easily provide new services to their customers.

Industrial automation

Calculus helps industrial automation companies to remotely monitor and optimise the processes they use daily and to initiate timely maintenance.

Installation and service companies

Partner installation and service companies rely on Calculus to increase the service level provided to their customers.

Calculus gives partners a digital edge. We take care of measuring solutions, connectivity, and dashboards so they can simply monitor and control installations remotely. So, as our partner, you will gain an advantage over your competitors.

Take your service to the next level without incurring the cost of investing in an IT department. Calculus provides you with the tools you need.

System Partners

Calculus has already helped numerous other IoT companies to successfully start or scale up measuring solutions, connectivity, dashboards, and technical support.

These IoT companies often had a good business plan, but lost a lot of time and valuable budget by building their own dashboards and then connecting their measuring solutions to the network and their dashboard. Quite frustrating: this wasted budget would have been better spent on the market launch or on making their business scalable.

Partner companies with their own dashboard often lacked many useful features. This is unfortunate for the end customer and the partner because it means a loss of turnover.

These IoT companies also found it very frustrating that they could not respond quickly to requests for other or additional products and/or services.

 

Machine builders

Mechanical engineers engage Calculus to remotely monitor and adjust their installations so that they can quickly and easily provide new services to their customers.

Mechanical engineers were behind the eight ball in the event of breakdowns or emergencies. They lacked a proactive system for monitoring machines remotely and adjusting them when needed. Emergency interventions with forced machine shut downs were costly and often caused disputes with their customers.

An additional frustration was that important insights and opportunities to increase efficiency were lost. They could not carry out optimisations remotely.

They also lacked the tools to engage technicians automatically in the event of emergencies. This required them to constantly adjust their planning and revise work schedules, much to the great frustration of the technicians.

 

Industrial automation

Calculus helps industrial automation companies to remotely monitor and optimise the processes they use daily and to initiate timely maintenance.

Companies in the industrial automation sector were frustrated that they could not remotely monitor the processes they were attempting to optimise. This resulted in the loss of important insights and additional optimisation opportunities.

Technicians are becoming scarce and thus expensive, which is a frustration for industrial automation organisations. The scarcity hindered quick emergency interventions. It was impossible to schedule these efficiently because they could not monitor their installations and processes remotely when in high demand.

The resulting loss of turnover often led to economically critical situations. These companies lacked the right partner to start new services.

 

Installation and service companies

Partner installation and service companies rely on Calculus to increase the service level provided to their customers.

Partner installation and service companies indicated that they found it frustrating not to have up-to-date information on their customers' installations, machinery, and/or buildings. As they are responsible for ensuring everything ran properly, it was quite distressing to have customers call and complain. Not surprising given that they were unable to proactively inform customers about their installations' status or planned maintenance.

They also lacked the tools to engage technicians automatically in the event of emergencies. So, they had to continually adjust their planning, much to the great frustration of their planners and technicians.

The scarcity of good service technicians is also a frustration for most installation and service companies. This led to missed opportunities to enter into additional service contracts or roll out new services.