MADRID, Spain, November 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- everis recently showcased two next generation decisioning dashboards for Industrial IoT -water contamination monitoring and fleet management & product control for shale oil- at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona.dizmo, the Interface of Things[TM], and everis, an NTT Data company, today announced a partnership to develop the next generation of front-end decisioning and actionability solutions for the Industrial IoT. With dizmo's ground-breaking digital workspace, everis will be uniquely positioned to address the next generation of needs, as we move further into Industrie 4.0 and IoT value propositions gain traction across various industries and verticals. Dizmo delivers a disruptive multi-purpose and cross-platform digital workspace that aims at making data decisioning more humanly intuitive. With the dizmo software users can interactively surface what they want when they need it onto the decisioning space, either manually - because the analyst wants to dig into certain set of data points - or dynamically - triggered based on specific conditions (such as a truck loading or discharge event). "With the massive amount of Things that are becoming IoT-enabled, and the limited screen real estate, you cannot continue to offer legacy, PC era, hardcoded and static dashboards on your industrial control systems", said Luigi Mantellassi, CMO & Co-Founder at dizmo. "Static single app workspaces lack the flexibility to integrate multiple data types from multiple sources and limit the opportunity for the autonomous creation of insight. This is what dizmo solves." "everis favours the dizmo approach", Fernando Monzón, CTO of everis_IoT said, "There is a before & after dizmo. They equip you with the pieces, components and a set of evolved UI techniques to roll out your IoT dashboards in an adaptive, mass customised and agile way. Furthermore, dizmo enables greater levels of insight and interactivity. You can actually interact with the data to uncover insight and benchmarking where previously you could not have."