Esprida

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Esprida Corporation
Type Private company
Industry Technology
Founded 1999
Headquarters Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Key people Anila Jobanputra, president
Products Esprida LiveControl
Employees 39 (2008)
Website Esprida.com [1]

Esprida is a privately held company that creates and markets remote device management middleware built on a service oriented architecture (SOA)Service-oriented architecture platform.

Esprida software enables communication between devices and users via the Internet. From a single computer, a user is able to send and receive messages from multiple self-service kiosks or standalone intelligent devices.[citation needed]

The largest non-ATM deployments in the world are Powered by Esprida. Customers include Kodak, Aisle7, Michigan Department of State, and BehrColorSmart.[citation needed]

Other organizations that provide similar software products include Axeda Corp. and Questra.

History[edit]

Formerly called TouchPoint Solutions Inc., Esprida was renamed in August 2005 to reflect its position in the self-service market as purely a software provider with a platform to manage large numbers of geographically dispersed devices.

References[edit]

Esprida named to list of top 100 most influential M2M providers [2]

New software speeds response times, cuts costs [3]

KODAK, Esprida offer Remote Business Manager for photo kiosks [4]