i3 Systems is a software manufacturer. We build software tools and systems that can be acquired by large organizations as a part of their larger data infrastructure to maintain and manage a data fabric that facilitates collaboration and the sharing of data between departments, divisions, partners, customers, and government agencies. i3 products allow organizations to manage data as an asset that is supported across the organization and supported as a part of the organization’s network infrastructure. i3 technologies allow our customers to better serve a variety of ecosystem participants at the scale that is critical to maintaining operational efficiencies.
i3 Systems makes products that enable companies that are preparing themselves to excel in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Some companies focus on the data models that serve these evolving next-generation organizations as they expand the virtues of the metaverse, big data, and digital twins. Other companies focus on the algorithmic processes that manipulate data to uncover new insights and automate business activity in conversations related to artificial intelligence, video analytics, and business intelligence. These companies are complemented by a plethora of companies that focus on the creation and transport of data by highlighting the benefits of IoT (Internet of Things) and communications technologies such as 5G, 6G, Wifi, and Lora. The downloadable computer application software which i3 Systems develops and supports integrates many management functions allowing the administrators to track how the organization’s data is being used. This software is placed at the junction of all these systems to ensure the necessary data can be found and connected to the services that need them in a way that respects the privacy and policies needed to allow our data-driven world to flourish.
The i3 technology brings managed data governance to organizations that understand and embrace the fact that data drives business growth. When data is confined to organizationally constricted applications, organizations struggle to grow and suffer operational penalties because of data and procedural redundancies. On the other hand, organizations that are willing to share data in a controlled, protected, and managed fashion have been shown to significantly outperform their competitors.