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Alobi is here! Long live Alobi
Our new website is live! I wanted to start this blog with a few things about the company and what we are doing behind the scenes. Technology has always been a passion of mine, not to mention teaching others about it. Today we have more devices, services and products that work with each other than ever before. In our short time as a company we have made it our mission to seek out new products that have an immediate effect on people and companies that we work with. We want to listen to you the customer and bring together partners to help push our customers in the right direction. All the while paying attention to where they came from and what their true needs are.
Over the next few weeks, I will be detailing a few of the things that make our company great. It is easy to say that we have some great people, we do! If you had to ask us our people are amazing at bringing technology to our customers and making our products and services work for them. Saying is not the same as doing. What Alobi is working on falls directly in the doing category.
So what is it you might ask, that we have been doing?!? Well, we have an extremely useful Alobi.Alert button that will help make people of all ages safer as they navigate this sometimes crazy world. We are helping sororities and fraternities to help streamline their risk management and attendance. Safety first! We are working with the restaurant industry to help bring more powerful wireless guest networks to their customers and increase social media engagement. Finally, we are working with some advanced wireless vendors to help state DOT's advance their communications footprint with high speed wireless networks.
While it may seem that these are quite a set of varied products, and you may be right. These are solutions we are developing with the customer in mind. At the end of the day they all have one thing in common, they all work via next generation wireless access points and/or Bluetooth Low Energy. Stay tuned for more to come.