The Monetization of IoT Data

| August 20, 2018

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Cisco's Theresa Bui explains what it means for enterprises to monetize their IoT data and discusses examples of how that monetization can become a reality.

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Microexcel Inc., is a global leader in providing innovative and comprehensive software solutions and services. Founded in 2001, Microexcel merges people and technology to deliver the most value and return on investment for customers. With headquarters in Secaucus, NJ, and offices worldwide, Microexcel provides full services and support to clients in the areas of Custom Software Development, Microsoft, SAP, Quality Assurance and Testing, IT Infrastructure, Open Source/Liferay, Staffing, and Interactive Services. Microexcel is ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 9001:2015 certified and is also a New York and New Jersey state Certified Minority Owned Business Enterprise.

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