Frost & Sullivan Awards Friendly Technologies the Customer Value Leadership Award for 2015

RAMAT-GAN, Israel -- Friendly Technologies, the unified device management company, has been awarded the Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Leadership Award for 2015 in recognition of its achievements in the Device Management, Internet of Things and Smart Home markets. According to Frost & Sullivan, Friendly was selected to receive this award because it is consistently deepening customer relationships and offering first-class products that deliver a clear ROI. Friendly's unified device management tool provides a superior experience for customers around the world by offering strong overall performance and a wide product line for the IoT/M2M and Smart Home markets, while supporting standard protocols such as TR-069, OMA-DM, LWM2M, and others. The award reflects Friendly's unique contribution across the entire competitive landscape of companies considered and analyzed by Frost & Sullivan's industry group.

Recipients of the Best Practices Award are selected by Frost & Sullivan after careful evaluation of the candidates, a process that involves assessing their fit with best-practice criteria. As part of the review procedure, Frost & Sullivan maintains a global team of analysts and consultants that continuously research a wide range of markets, across multiple sectors and geographies. The research includes assessment of the entire value chain of specific products in the Global Unified Device and Smart Home Management Market.

About Friendly Technologies

Friendly Technologies connects and manages IoT and Triple Play services, making them accessible and manageable anytime, anywhere. With its easy-to-use Smart Home management solution, Friendly allows service providers and their customers to control and monitor all aspects of the digital home-from appliances and security sensors, to power management and broadband services.

Available either as software-as-a-service (SaaS) or as on-premises software, Friendly's solutions manage and communicate with millions of IoT and M2M devices and support a full range of protocols, including TR-069, OMA-DM, LWM2M and MQTT.

To learn more, visit:
http://www.friendly-tech.com
http://www.frost.com

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