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Mesh Systems helps enterprises achieve digital transformation by providing Internet of Things (IoT) software, services, and solutions. Their deep engineering competency combined with their passion to be the best IoT Solutions Accelerator in the world makes them the ideal partner to drive business outcomes with the Internet of YOUR Things.
Mesh Systems strive to deliver compelling solutions to excellent customers by bringing together exceptional talent, shared passion, innovative technology, and a workplace culture that celebrates both individual contribution and team success. They treat their fellow colleagues, customers, business partners, suppliers, and all those in the communities in which they work with respect, fairness, and integrity.
What Mesh System does
Mesh Systems is an Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Accelerator providing enterprise-grade implementations to companies across the globe. Their talented team has deep expertise spanning IoT hardware design, embedded software development, wireless systems, and cloud-based business applications. The company develops end-to-end IoT solutions with a repeatable cloud framework that accelerates time to market, avoids high upfront costs, and abstracts the complexity from solution development so that you can focus on your domain. With nearly 20 years of industry experience, Mesh Systems is the ideal partner to launch new connected products, scale your proof-of-value, and reach hyper-growth production volume.
Corporate asset auditing & tracking
Mesh Systems’ Corporate Asset Auditing & Tracking solution is an end-to-end tracking platform that uses off-the-shelf or purpose-built Bluetooth Low Energy asset tags to monitor the status and location of assets - computer, office and AV equipment, tools and devices, etc. - to optimize their use across their lifecycle, reduce duplication and shrinkage, increase accounting efficiencies, and complement the capabilities of third-party enterprise resource planning (ERP) and asset management systems.
Simplifies managing valuable assets
Offers end-to-end monitoring of assets to verify their location and assigned users, and help ensure equipment isn’t sitting idle in inventory or where it’s not being used.
Reduces operating expenses
Speeds up administration and inventorying of assets, hastens the identification of misplaced, switched or stolen assets, and can be used to pinpoint ghost assets.
Increases efficiency and security
Integrates with other systems and processes to provide continual visibility into status of assets and inventory of items, and insights to improve decision making.
Connected kitchen equipment
Prevent kitchen downtime and streamline operations: Mesh Systems’ Connected Kitchen Equipment solution for quick-service restaurants (QSRs) and commercial kitchens is an end-to-end connected platform for kitchen equipment. Operational data from ware washers, fryers, protein holding units, brewing equipment, and more are brought together into a single pane of glass for management. Kitchen operators can proactively respond to equipment fault codes and performance data—streamlining operations and reducing equipment and kitchen downtime.
Simplifies management of kitchen equipment: Actionable insights from all your kitchen’s digitally native equipment are delivered in one pane of glass—vastly simplifying the operations management.
Reduce downtime, increase sales: By proactively responding equipment faults codes and telemetry, kitchen downtime is decreased maximizing potential revenue.
Driving business outcomes with IOT
Reduce expenses: Optimize service calls with remote product service or automate expensive workflows
Comply with regulations: Demonstrate compliance to regulatory authorities with real-time data
Generate revenue: Offer new value-added features, subscription services, and new business models
Enhance services: Increase responsiveness to potential problems or offer Service Level Agreements
Increase customer engagement: Generate deeper customer insights with usage data to inform product enhancements
Improve safety & security: Leverage connected systems to provide real-time physical & digital threat monitoring
IOT + digital transformation workshop
Mesh Systems’ IoT + Digital Transformation (DX) Workshop features a collaboration with a team of IoT experts owning over 100 years of combined industry experience. Their professionals will run your team through the current state of IoT, take a deeper look into trends within your specific vertical, and will also participate in a reverse presentation where you explain your vision for the future. The workshop not only describes how to bring an IoT solution to fruition but elaborates on the common roadblocks in IoT along with time-tested strategies to consider.
The half or full-day workshop includes a customized presentation tailored to your specific market that kickstarts the process of building an IoT solution. Hardware demos and case studies are included to show real-world scenarios that customers are solving with IoT as well as a sampling of in-production solutions that have been developed. Workshops conclude with a white-boarding session designed to identify the proper scope of work and leave you with actionable steps and a roadmap to start your IoT journey. The focus of the workshop is to evaluate the key value proposition against the current technical options that exist.
Richard Baxter, Founder and CEO
Richard is Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Mesh Systems. Prior, he was Co-Founder and CTO of Pensar Corporation, a diversified electronics design and manufacturing services company. At Pensar, Richard architected and managed the Company’s technology strategy, intellectual property portfolio, and engineering workforce. He served as Senior VP of Global Design Services for SMTC Corporation (Toronto, ON), a global electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company, following SMTC’s acquisition of Pensar in 2000.
Richard has more than 40 years of diverse experience in high technology software, services and manufacturing businesses. He is recognized as an IoT pioneer and technical expert in sensors, wireless communications, and embedded networking. Richard holds 11 U.S. patents and is a 1982 graduate of Purdue University, where he received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering.