Managing today’s office buildings are being driven by facility usage and performance, financial optimization and operational maximization. The integration and interoperability between these systems is critical in maximizing operations, lowering costs and achieving the security and occupant experience demanded in today’s dynamic office environment. Our technology portfolio of hardware and software solutions, services and expert support gives you choice and puts you in control of your facilities, letting you choose the products you want.


In Industry 4.0 the way in which the company manages the products, follows and controls them changes completely, especially when the production process takes place on different companies, in different contexts, with different partners in different geographical places. The Industry IoT is based on connection and integration, allows you to have an overview of all phases of product life cycle and opens new horizons thanks to the introduction of predictive technologies in production cycles, with obvious benefits in terms of efficiency recovery.


Retail facility managers experience a unique set of challenges when it comes to balancing customer experience and retention with controlling facility operations and managing the numerous systems and equipment that operate their buildings. Operating and managing today’s retail stores are being driven by performance, financial optimization and the customer experience.


Following the evolution of the competitive and regulatory scenario, safety and traceability of goods have gained more and more weight in logistics. The Internet of Things can offer a valid support, increasing visibility and control on the supply chain. This sector is in fact characterized by a request of systems that allow to plan, manage and optimize the workflows, both along the supply chain and within complex logistics hubs, and that, on the other hand, allow the goods traceability (products or containers) in real time.


In hospitality, hotel and healthcare buildings, facilities represent the second largest operating expense (after personnel) and the largest use of capital. Well-maintained health care facilities are important for safe and efficient customer care. A lack of interoperability between systems can negatively impact the performance of a facility, customer satisfaction and safety, and drive up operating costs.


Facility and operational managers in the educational built environment experience a unique set of challenges when it comes to managing their facility operations. Educational built are often very complex environments that operate on a multitude of stand-alone technologies, unable to interoperate and share data with each other. This complexity makes it more difficult to take advantage of the information these systems provide and results in poorly managed building systems and wasted resources. For many educational institutions and school districts, facility operations and maintenance represent one of the largest operating expenses. The energy management becomes a priority.


With energy costs adding up to 40% of the total operating costs for the average commercial facility, managing and controlling energy utilization and efficiency in buildings has both financial and environmental consequences. So, it’s critical for building owners and facility operators to operate and manage their buildings as efficiently as they can.


System integrators have long served the building automation and energy management industry as the technical and mechanical specialists who bridge the gap between people and the systems. It is the integrator who gets everything to work together and help achieve the ROI. QuickLink delivers proven, easy-to-deploy platforms, applications, products and services for the building and IoT environments enabling system integrators to deliver versatile solutions.


Advancements in technology for equipment OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer) are fundamentally shifting the competitive business landscape by providing new opportunities to create and deliver value. Our services portfolio incorporates open software frameworks and modular embedded platforms that support multiple protocols, two-way communications, data exchange and analytics that enable OEMs to take full advantage of the Internet of Things within a compressed time-to-market.