TOWSON, Md., July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BatteryDAQ, a provider of battery monitoring solutions to clients worldwide, announced today it has entered agreements with distribution partners in Israel, Mexico, and Australia, increasing its international footprint.
Tom Shannon, Director of Business Development, attributes the company's recent spate of agreements to the increased awareness of how battery monitoring and management can impact a company's bottom line. Historically, the practice of monitoring was simply a way to ensure critical battery power would be available when needed. With recent advances in monitoring technology, it has become a best-demonstrated practice to increase operational reliability while decreasing operating expense. Additionally, companies providing critical services are coming under increasing pressure to ensure they can deliver those services whenever needed. Shannon points to Katrina, Sandy, and the East Coast Derecho of 2012 as just a few high profile disasters that have raised people's expectations of their service providers. BatteryDAQ's innovative monitoring solution meets the needs of today's companies by combining versatile, American-made hardware with its MyBattery Data Platform, offering what it believes to be is the most reliable, comprehensive monitoring service available in the marketplace today.
"The MyBattery Platform allows our customers to easily and cost-effectively manage any number of sites, from one to one million. Using the latest in cloud-based computing and user-friendly web access, users can view, sort, and analyze installations in any number of ways. More important, the information provided can be used to reduce operating costs by driving smarter, and more targeted decisions related to battery maintenance and replacement, truck rolls, and staffing."
BatteryDAQ, LLC is a leading innovator of monitoring solutions for the telecom, UPS, broadband, and utility markets. Its comprehensive 24/7 battery monitoring technology, and cloud-based informatics platform provide the ability to reliably manage millions of batteries worldwide, from anywhere, at anytime. Contact them at www.Batterydaq.com, call 410-337-5233, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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