Hive One Id™ provides organizations with the modular OEM technology required to change their business models with the advent of the Internet of Things. The ideal OEM technology to be incorporated in all products and applications that require electronic identification.
As an OEM, you are challenged to differentiate yourself amidst global competition and rapidly evolving technology. Within today's dynamic marketplace, your customers demand innovative solutions that increase business agility, optimize productivity and achieve sustainability objectives, all while lowering their total cost of ownership.
To effectively compete in this global marketplace, you need to define value beyond the cost of your machines and maximize company performance. Hiving Technology can help improve your performance with solutions and services to lower the Total Cost to Design, Develop, and Deliver Hive One Id™ identification technology and meet your customers' requirements.
Hiving Technology is the technology partner of choice for organisations looking to build solutions around Internet of Things and systems that connect, monitor, and control People, Animal and Objects.
We share the clear understanding that it is the goals of a business and the needs of their customers that drive the technology solutions we offer... and not vice versa!
With this perspective, we serve large enterprises looking for rapid development of new ideas and products, as well as small, device-oriented businesses recognizing the need to create connected environments and products.
“Smart, connected products offer exponentially expanding opportunities for new functionality and capabilities that transcend traditional product boundaries. The changing nature of products is disrupting value chains and forcing companies to rethink nearly everything they do, from how they conceive, design, and source products; to how they manufacture, operate, and service them; to how they build and secure the necessary IT infrastructure.”Michael Porter and James E. Heppelmann - Harvard Business Review, November 2014.