Today, Competitive Carriers Association (“CCA”) announced Internet of Things America LLC as the winner of its startup pitch competition, which took place at CCA’s 2018 Annual Convention (“Convention”) in Orlando, FL. Eight innovative companies presented their products and services to competitive carrier executives, technology leaders, and attendees, and IoT America was selected as the winner by the audience.
IoT America featured a comprehensive range of IoT solutions that help reduce time and complexity of managing tasks in rural America. IoT America’s real-time data and around the clock support help save valuable time and resources when tracking assets and ordering additional supplies. Services include agricultural, livestock, enterprise and small-town management.
“Congratulations to IoT America for winning the startup competition at CCA’s Annual Convention,” said CCA President & CEO Steven K. Berry. “As a returning startup company at CCA’s events, I am glad to see their innovative solutions for rural America resonated with members of the audience. Many IoT solutions have incredible potential for rural America – from connected farm animals and equipment to schools and healthcare providers, and I am glad to see creative companies like IoT America focused on ensuring rural areas can reap the benefits of the latest technologies.”
“We are thrilled and proud to be CCA’s Startup Pitch winner,” said Dan Croft, IoT America’s CEO. He added, “We are passionate about delivering advanced technology solutions to rural America and partnering with the members of CCA is proving to be incredibly beneficial in our pursuit of this objective.”
CCA is the nation’s leading association for competitive wireless providers and stakeholders across the United States. The licensed service area of CCA’s nearly 100 carrier members covers 95 percent of the nation. Visit www.ccamobile.org.