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Squadle's restaurant platform uses AT&T services

Wednesday 13 July 2016 | 08:36 CET | News
AT&T's mobile network and its Internet of Things (IoT) platform, AT&T Control Center, will be used by Squadle for its service management platform, Squadle Checklists. The platform will remotely monitor tasks, inventory and even refrigerator and freezer temperatures. Squadle Checklists lets management monitor tasks and inventory on-site and remotely, all on the AT&T network. Squadle creates tools and apps that automate back-of-house tasks for multi-unit restaurants.

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