TJ Butler of Mesh Systems Awarded Azure MVP for Contributions to IoT Industry

Carmel, IN –

Microsoft Corp. recently recognized TJ Butler, Chief Software Architect at Mesh Systems, as an Azure Most Valuable Professional (MVP). This award is presented to individuals who contribute to the overall Azure and IoT community by sharing their knowledge above and beyond their daily responsibilities. Butler is one of only 22 in the United States recognized as an Azure MVP. The MVP Award acknowledges Butler’s outstanding contributions to Azure community while leveraging Azure to serve the IoT industry, its IoT partners and software architect peers who design real-world IoT applications.

Butler has contributed a body of work that includes speaking engagements, blog posts, user group and forum participation, as well as one-on-one conversations with industry analysts, Mesh Systems’ partners and clients.

“Mesh Systems is proud to have TJ on our team and we consider him one of the leading IoT experts in the industry and a huge asset to our team,” states Uriel Kluk, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer. “He is an enthusiastic evangelist of IoT and has over 10 years’ practical experience designing and deploying IoT Smart systems.  He knows how to work with clients, break-down their unique situation and design a cost-effective, scalable system that can be quickly and easily deployed.”

Butler is an active blog contributor to the “Internet of Things Agenda Tech Target” blog, a speaker at conferences such as “IoT Evolution” and “IoT North America” as well as a member of several Microsoft Azure Advisor teams.


About Mesh Systems

Mesh Systems™ is an IoT software, services and solution provider that delivers turnkey systems that include hardware, software and networking frameworks for Smart products. Using the latest IoT services and MESHVista® as the cornerstone, we help companies get new, connected Smart products to market faster, with more scale and reliability, than ever imagined.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016