The Dasol Group

The Dasol Group

People keep asking me, what is The Dasol Group and what does it do?  How is it different?  I'm sure we will get to that.  For now, let me introduce myself.  I am Chris Norton, the President of Norton Holdings, Inc. and The Dasol Group is a part of that.  The Dasol Group's core focus is business apps and software for various industries.  What makes our system different than others is the connection to units.  Placing sensors on machines (exercise, HVAC, commercial etc.), allow workers and technicians of all kinds to seamlessly record work with each detail.  

How does the sensor work?  Well, that is a very open ended question that will constantly change.  Each sensor is specifically programmed by make, model, serial number, location, and other information. 

As The Dasol Group begins to diversify, customers will start to see better and more efficient ways to utilize the sensors and IoT devices.  As of today, The Dasol Group's main industries are fitness (for repair technicians), and field services.  Field services can be a variety of industries but at the core, they are HVAC, roofing, construction, plumbing, and the electrical industry.  

As business grows, more and more companies are asking how the system works.  The system is actually much simpler than you might think.  Technicians code tags remotely, either on site or in the office.  Tags are placed on the appropriate units at the location recorded in the database.  The app is entirely cross platform from recording to coding the tags themselves.  

Now that we have covered the basics, I will explain a little about myself.  My background was originally in fitness.  From personal training to selling gym equipment, fitness was always a passion.  I began to develop a method to track data on the usage of exercise machines.  As this grew, the system was developed into a method that was able to record repairs of machines.  As demand grew, so did the development.  I re-branded as The Dasol Group, in order to group all of the systems under one corporation.  

I will keep this short for now.  Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope you enjoy the next blog.

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