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KORE Announces Evolution of its Vertical Market IoT Strategy

By Ken Briodagh
March 26, 2020

KORE, the independent IoT company, recently unveiled its new vertical market strategy, and the company’s mission to help brands deploy, manage, and securely scale IoT solutions. The company says it brings expertise and IoT integration services to solution provider and enterprise customers serving the following industries: healthcare, life sciences, asset management, fleet management, and manufacturing/industrial IoT.

KORE is leveraging the power of its recent acquisitions to showcase its end-to-end solution capabilities in key verticals. The December acquisition of Integron, for example, allows KORE to bring the industry’s most powerful healthcare IoT solution set to market. Additionally, its acquisition of ASPIDER-NGI, a leading provider of advanced connectivity, core network and embedded SIM (eSIM/eUICC) solutions allows KORE to offer a “single global SKU” to simplify the deployment of IoT devices across vertical markets worldwide, with particular relevance to large scale international and industrial deployments.

“We are entirely cognizant of the role of our solution provider customers. Their knowledge of the industry use case is critical to credibly providing the end solution to their customers,” said Romil Bahl, President & CEO, KORE. “However, neither our solution provider customers nor our enterprise customers should be trying to do everything themselves. As IoT use cases mature and accelerate, time-to-market will be increasingly important to how well our customers can compete. We at KORE help tremendously with IoT adoption, scaling, and speed-to-benefits. Today we are saying, more confidently than ever before, that KORE is the quintessential integrator for our customers’ IoT needs.”

KORE’s focus reportedly will be to support all of the behind-the-scenes details that go into making an IoT solution a success so that its customers, both solution providers, and enterprises, can focus extensively on the experience of their end-user customers, and maximize the value of the data relative to their respective verticals.

KORE is launching the following industry solution areas:

  • KORE Health: Leveraging the power of the Integron acquisition to deliver robust solutions including managed services such as remote patient monitoring and care enablement that require full compliance with FDA and ISO 9001 and 13485 requirements
  • KORE Life Sciences: Bringing powerful solutions that clinical research organizations and pharmas need to launch and manage Electronic Patient Recording Outcome solutions (ePRO) and Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment solutions (eCOA)
  • KORE Assets: Delivering critical asset management solutions, including asset tracking, and condition monitoring, with robust capabilities to monitor temperature, tilt, humidity, shock, and waypoint deviation
  • KORE Fleet: Leveraging the power of in-vehicle video analytics, Electronic Logging Device (ELD) functionality, and location-based services to deliver deep insights to fleet managers
  • KORE Industrial: Incorporating solutions that improve uptime, automate field service activities, manage inventory, and build predictive models; deploying a “global SKU” eSIM or eUICC solution for all manufacturers who are deploying connected products globally

“Our strategic acquisitions continue to bear fruit, and as a result, KORE is now uniquely positioned to deliver secure solutions that enable these industry use cases and markets,” said Bahl. “This level of focus, however, is only possible with the strength of KORE’s underlying technology and the KORE One platform which help our customers simplify complexity, accelerate deployments and maximize ROI.”


Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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