The Business Case for Internet of Things Initiatives

March 1, 2016

With all of the industry buzz and vendor movement around M2M, the Internet of Things, and the Industrial Internet, it’s time for business leaders to understand how connected machines and assets can improve efficiency, provide a competitive advantage, drive revenue, and potentially transform their businesses. For simplicity, think of the first M in M2M as connecting “your machines.” The second M in M2M is connecting machine data to “your computer systems.” If you know what your products are doing and how your customers are using them, you can then unleash the resulting data into your enterprise and unlock the value of that data.

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