Mission Data, leading developers of digital products, is launching OpSense, a powerful IoT-based operations monitoring platform for the retail and foodservice industries.

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Hi Friend, Mission Data is excited to announce OpSense, a powerful IoT platform based on a temperature management solution created with Kroger, the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. That solution is now deployed in nearly 3,000 stores and is giving the Fortune 50 retail giant a 5:1 ROI. Our platform significantly reduces labor, equipment, and energy costs while improving food safety compliance and efficiency.

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Not only can OpSense help businesses digitally monitor food safety conditions, but the platform can be customized to track other key operations such as open doors, HVAC, lighting, customer wait times, and more. By automating operational monitoring, companies free up employees to focus on other important tasks, like providing better customer service.

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Where We’ll Be

FS Tech September 17-19
Anaheim, CA
Find OpSense at booth #101 and get an inside look at our powerful IoT platform.
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Orlando, FL

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 What’s on Our Minds

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Making FSMA Compliance Easy

As the industry approaches the one-year mark, the law is expanding to smaller businesses, and foodservice companies of all sizes can expect more frequent inspections and possibly higher compliance costs. To meet the new requirements, the food industry is turning to technology to monitor, detect, and prevent food safety concerns.

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 New Case Study

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Kroger: An IoT Success Story

We’re excited to announce our in-depth case study on how this solution was developed and executed so that other leading companies can learn from one of the largest IoT deployments in the retail industry as they consider IoT applications of their own.

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