Gaining Profitable Customer Value from the Internet of Things: A Playbook for Operationalizing the Connected World

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The delivery process for IoT-based solutions is much more than connecting purpose-built devices to the internet. Yet, businesses and consumers focus on the outcomes from device-to-device interconnection, assuming that the appropriate levers of process automation combine adequately and affordably with the right type of connectivity.This report summarizes the outcomes from several IoT implementations, and defines some of the attributes for profitably meeting the demands of any IoT business opportunity. The report also explains why engaging with trusted partners that “know the ropes,” such as Tata Communications, is essential for IoT business success.

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Gaining Profitable Customer Value from the Internet of Things: A Playbook for Operationalizing the Connected WorldSPIE 2018 #10 - March 23/2018IntroductionConnected Business Solutions Are In All Global IndustriesThe Secret to Successful IoT Solutions: A Multi-Layer Partner EcosystemThe Other Secret: Using the Right NetworkEstablishing a Profitable IoT Solution BusinessIoT Partner-Provided ServicesTata Communications MOVE™ – API Enabled Mobile IoT ConnectivityStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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