Delivering Efficient Service based Solutions with the Internet of Things

| July 29, 2016

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Join us to learn how Oracle and L&T Infotech solutions for industrial, utility and fleet management customers use Oracle Internet of Things Cloud Service to connect, analyze, integrate and act on IoT data in real-time.
Hear about two customer use cases: Deionization management for Water Utilities to optimize inventory, lower operation costs and increase customer value. Fleet management to optimize asset utilization and performance, increase availability and reduce operating costs.

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Based on curved screen, consumer All-in-One's as of June 22, 2015. Save up to 50% on ink, The Most Affordable Way to Print: Savings claim is based on HP Instant Ink Service plan price for 12 months using all pages in plan without purchase of additional pages compared to the cost per page ("CPP") of the majority of color inkjet printers <$399 USD, market share reported by IDC Q2 2014. CPP comparisons for standard-capacity inkjet supplies are based on estimated street price and page yield as reported by gap intelligence MFP Weekly and IJP Weekly Reports 9/20/2014. Actual savings may vary depending on number of pages actually printed per month and content of pages printed.

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