DGLogik

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DGLogik, Inc. is a technology innovation organization providing cutting-edge IoE software solutions and methodologies for enhancing data performance intelligence. DGLogik enables enterprises to better manage cost efficiency by creating specialized applications that may track performance of all corporate functions through sophisticated and intuitive data visualization. Using the solutions from DGLogik, customers can achieve organizational agility, easily understand critical performance indicators, plan for the future, and become more profitable. We are the industry leader in designing custom software tools that enable, drive and visualize the Internet of Everything. With deep integration to multiple data providers, our data visualization software is guaranteed to help you manage and monitor more effectively, save time and decrease costs directly translating into increased revenues.

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