Lynxspring Inc. and Corrigo Inc. announced a strategic alliance that will enable the two companies to collaborate on an event-driven alarm handling and work order management application, using existing technology from both companies.
Lynxspring’s Internet control products will receive alarms
generated by almost any BAS and render those alarms into a format usable by
Corrigo’s work order management system. The Corrigo system can then
automatically issue work orders and dispatch service personnel to address
problems in the HVACR or lighting systems of the building.
“The integration of these systems represents a major
evolution in the concept of building automation,” said Rick Michaux, chief
strategy officer of Corrigo. “It is exciting to have the value discussion move
from monitoring single systems to integrating multiple systems to layering on
Corrigo, a best of class work order system that provides for catching alerts,
generating work orders, appropriate responses to them and tracking and
reporting on the entire life cycle of the asset.”
Lynxspring and Corrigo expect this alliance to result in
greater market share for both companies by providing a holistic solution to the
complex problems related to work order generation, tracking and management
within a building automation framework. The alliance will allow each company to
focus on core competencies while expanding their value add and market reach.
For more information, visit www.lynxspring.com,