Mark Parker

Extending our Deployment Capabilities via ALS

The recently announced collaboration agreement between MOVUS and ALS extends our ability to deploy and support FitMachine® into remote client sites. Head of Customer Success at MOVUS – Matt Nade, has provided a unique insight into the new deployment and training capabilities we can offer new customers: In my role as Customer Success Manager, I am […]

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MOVUS Signs Collaboration Agreement with ALS

The MOVUS partner community continues to grow with our most significant agreement completed last month – a broad ranging collaboration agreement with ALS. Based in Brisbane, ALS is the leading provider of Asset Reliability and Integrity Services in Australia. It has maintained its position in this space by continuously seeking the most effective condition monitoring […]

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Reactive Maintenance vs Predictive Maintenance

There’s a lot of really good content being published across the web and particularly on LinkedIn in relation to predictive maintenance and the benefits it delivers over traditional maintenance practices. Many of the conversations that I have with MOVUS prospects ends up focused around what hidden costs and issues they can overcome by starting the […]

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New Global Head Office for MOVUS

I’m pleased to advise that effective today MOVUS has relocated into our new head office at 112 Bowen St, Spring Hill. The team has been growing steadily since our successful Series A raise and it was getting very tight at iLab! Located at the northern end of Brisbane’s CBD our new office gives us room […]

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LiveChat Now Available on MOVUS Website

MOVUS has recently added a LiveChat function to our website. LiveChat gives visitors the opportunity to engage real time with our sales engineers and get instant answers to any questions they may have about FitMachine. You can find LiveChat in the bottom right hand corner of our site – see below. When our team is […]

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MOVUS Featured in Engineering Maintenance Solutions Magazine

The world’s leading information resource for maintenance and engineering professionals has featured MOVUS as their April/May cover story. Engineering Maintenance Solutions magazine. MOVUS recently completed a successful Series A funding round with our future plans including growth into international markets. Tim Day, MD of Isle Utilities (Australia) noted in the article: MOVUS FitMachine has come […]

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Instant Purchase Option Now Available for FitMachine

Starting today MOVUS has introduced an online order option for our FitMachine solution. Buy Now gives you the opportunity to instantly order FitMachine Sensors and FitMachine Gateways. This option is ideal for customers who want to deploy a small number of FitMachine Sensors. What you’ll find detailed in this post is: The basics of FitMachine […]

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Growing The MOVUS Partner Network

As has been covered in The Australian Financial Review today, MOVUS has completed a successful Series A funding round. The investment was led by one of Australia’s leading venture capital firms – Blackbird Ventures, with Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital (Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar’s private investment fund) also participating. Bringing FitMachine To The World Blackbird […]

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MOVUS Gets Investment Injection From Australia’s Largest VC Firms To Support Growth

Queensland Industrial IoT Company Secures $4.8M From Blackbird Ventures, Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital   Brisbane, March 20 2018 – Brisbane-headquartered company MOVUS Australia, the developer of Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) sensor and machine monitoring solution, FitMachine® (‘the Fitbit® for machines’,) has secured $4.8M in Series A funding. The round, led by Blackbird Ventures, […]

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Digital Factories – The Future for Australian and New Zealand Manufacturing

I’m really excited to see how quickly ANZ manufacturing has adopted the core concepts of Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT (IIoT) – it points to a bright future for the maligned sector as ‘smarter’ rather than ‘cheaper’ drives innovation and digitalisation. For many manufacturing organisations, digitisation can mean many things, however it can also result […]

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