Solve the build vs. buy dilemma and ensure seamless IoT implementation

Softweb Solutions Inc.

Today, IoT is not just a technology but the greatest mean to digitize business processes, tap into data for better decision-making, and gain competitive advantage. It is understandable that there are enterprises that want a full control over their technology, and thus they want to build their own IoT platform. However, on the other hand, there are some risks associated with it. Since the inception of IoT, building vs buying an IoT platform has been the topic of debate.
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The smarter office anticipates the needs of employees, where they are within the buildings, and what equipment they are using. IoT will connect all devices in the office, delivering new and secure business value with personalized end-user services, energy efficiencies, and improved business processes such as field service optimization.To thrive in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), electronics companies are turning to data. Applying advanced analytics to data from connected devices and users can generate insights that shape product development and enhance every user’s experience. As a global electronics company, IBM is uniquely positioned to help your team assess IoT opportunities and develop innovative solutions that grow revenue, optimize operations and transform customer engagement.

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IoT in Telecom: from evolution to impact

cognixia

From wearable devices and connected cars to smart cities and industries, Internet of Things is transforming the world and paving its way to becoming Internet of Everything. With recent advancements in IoT technology in sensor platforms and intelligent analytic capabilities, the use of IoT has become more prominent. Industries are facing major transformation in their operations and processes. One such industry to transform is the telecom industry.
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IoT Technology Platforms Empower Application Solutions

Arrow

Learn how Arrow enables customers to address big business challenges and start the journey to a digital transformation of their business with advanced tools and services. Arrow’s Distribution capabilities now extend to supporting customers with complete Technology Platforms and Solutions. By aggregating electronics and enterprise computing solutions, Arrow is enabling customers from idea creation through the development of the complete technology stack, creating optimized designs capable of scaling for mass production and full deployment. Complex designs are supported by Arrow in-house engineering services and system integration, with the design competence to help customers address big business challenges and create easy to use and easy to deploy solutions.
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What IoT Is Doing for the Electrical Industry and What It Can Do for You

Legrand

On Feb. 13, 2019, join Tom Cunningham of Legrand for a quick examination of the IoT and how its increasing demand is affecting the electrical industry. Dive into trends and buzzwords, while exploring the impact of popular voice assistants like Alexa and Google to better understand the recent evolution of smart lighting devices. Lastly, this training will help translate the implications of the IoT into real future opportunities for you, as smarter electrical wiring devices become mainstream.
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Digital Field Service for JD Edwards with IoT Orchestrator

Ephlux

Gartner have predicted that within 2 years , 5% of customer service cases will be autonomously initiated in a hyper-connected world with more and smarter ‘things’ that connect to the internet. Modern field service solutions need to be built on an Internet of Things (IoT) -ready platform capable of dealing with, and making optimal use of, the huge increase in connections and data volumes that are a result of this trend. They also need to connect seamlessly with the core ERP processes to keep the service policies, inventory, cost accounting and billing to remain in synch in the real-time.
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Spotlight

The smarter office anticipates the needs of employees, where they are within the buildings, and what equipment they are using. IoT will connect all devices in the office, delivering new and secure business value with personalized end-user services, energy efficiencies, and improved business processes such as field service optimization.To thrive in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), electronics companies are turning to data. Applying advanced analytics to data from connected devices and users can generate insights that shape product development and enhance every user’s experience. As a global electronics company, IBM is uniquely positioned to help your team assess IoT opportunities and develop innovative solutions that grow revenue, optimize operations and transform customer engagement.

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