Kansas City tech start-up RUMBLE powers into IoT marketplace; offers expertise, solutions to help businesses leverage data for revenue, efficiency gains

OVERLAND PARK, Kan., – Kansas City tech start-up RUMBLE continues to make some noise in the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace, gaining traction with honors, strategic partnerships and a suite of end-to-end solutions to meet the evolving needs of today’s businesses.

RUMBLE was founded by area tech expert Terri Foudray who serves as CEO, and Perry Lea, renowned IoT leader and author of an Internet of Things for Architects. The founders’ collaboration evolved from a shared commitment to building a company truly capable of helping businesses capture the benefits of IoT to improve operations at every level.

“Transforming your business through IoT solutions is a complex process and few companies know how to do it,” Foudray said. “This is where we come in. Our expertise is end-to-end IoT architecture and implementation, providing an integrated, cohesive solution for our customers.

“The benefits of IoT are unquestioned. According to a recent study, companies that adopted IoT reported a nearly 20 percent average increase in revenues. Our ability to harness the full potential of real-time data helps employees and machines work smarter, providing dramatic improvements in efficiencies, business optimization, and revenue growth.”

Since forming, RUMBLE has captured the attention of customers in industries including manufacturing, transportation, and the government sector, and secured premier partnerships with entities including Coolfire Solutions, creator of the Ronin Platform, a real-time situational awareness delivery platform built to integrate data from any source and transform it into actionable intelligence.

RUMBLE is certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). Foudray, with her 15-year background in technology sales, product management, and partner relationships, is fast becoming a reputable source in the national IoT arena. She was recently appointed to the CompTIA Smart Cities Advisory Council. CompTIA is the world’s largest technology association. Lea’s book continues to resonate as an essential primer for IoT professionals on architecting and implementing customer-relevant solutions.

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