GSS Analytix predicts and prevents operational, economic, and equity risks of companies remotely

Updated: Nov 11, 2020

In the midst of the current situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in companies going back to the office with many restrictions, the solutions to analyze possible risks remotely have become more relevant.

That is why GSS Analytix, supported by a Hybrid Cloud Technology, offers services that allow companies to prevent, predict, and mitigate economic, operational, and equity risks.

Using GSS Analytix every businessman can monitor the security systems, the performance of the equipment operators, the temperature in the cold rooms, and any other system of their industry from wherever in the world they are.

“Topics like telecommunications infrastructures and remote monitoring of equipment and systems are critical, especially now when the capacity to do on-site maintenance is limited. Having relevant data in real-time allows our clients to make better decisions that guarantee the quality and continuity of their services”, said Juan Bernal, CEO of GSS Analytix.

Within the alternatives that this solution provides you can, for example, measure the overload of electrical systems in places where there is sensitive material, as well as visualize health risks in areas like cellars or cold rooms.

To perform this kind of analysis, GSS Analytix relies on the information from the digital and analog systems, the sensors, the equipment and machines, as well as from historical information stored in data centers. With these, GSS Analytix offers their clients real-time data of safety and operational trends, related to each business.

Thanks to GSS Analytix the companies can make the most of their relevant data, not only by minimizing their security risks, but also by minimizing the operational costs, the unnecessary waste of energy and the use of machines to optimize the equipment and systems configuration. This solution also allows the companies to comply with the regulations, for example the ones required by the DIAN (Colombia’s Tax Collection Office) to grant the OEA certification.

This type of tool is becoming increasingly relevant considering that companies are adopting the digital transformation and investing in IT services associated with big data and business analytics.

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