ThingSpace Manage is a self-service portal to manage the connectivity of IoT deviceson the Verizon Wireless Network. Using ThingSpace Manage Iot device usage can be tracked, active service, set up automatic alerts, troubleshoot device connectivity, and more.
System functionality solutions features
Device groups: Organize devices into custom groups for quick-access reporting, alerting, and bulk provisioning.
Scheduled reports: Run reports on demand or save report criteria and set reports to run automatically on a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule.
Custom data fields: Load up to five fields with your own device data to help you identify, categorize, and manage your devices.
Transaction history: View transaction details from various sources in the transaction logs, including portal and API-initiated actions.
Custom alerts: Receive automatic notifications, when usage, network, or transaction activity matches your trigger or threshold limit.
With streamlined bulk transactions, custom data fields, configurable alerts, and life-cycle states, ThingSpace Manage was built for the scale and complexity of today’s IoT systems.
View system-wide status
Drill down to details
Manage by exception with configurable alerts
Track IoT devices
Search and filter device lists by hardware ID, mobile directory number, IP address, connection status, service state, cost center, custom attributes, and more.
Organize devices into groups
Manage the IoT Device Life-cycle
Activate, suspend, resume, or deactivate up to 10,000 devices in a single transaction
Change service plans
Swap hardware or change the wireless number
Administer effectively and securely
Customize the interface
Manage user permissions and account-level security
View user activities and system events in a detailed audit trail
Monitor data usage
View near real-time connectivity status and usage information
Track service, usage, and costs
Identify trends and anomalies for your devices
View connection history
View individual data session information, such as start and stop times and data used