In my previous blog post, I talked about the three areas of change that industrial manufacturers need to understand in order to take advantage of the opportunities of a connected world to create unprecedented business value: the technology aspect, the morphing of business practices, and the interconnecting of things, people and services. Today, I’d like to talk more about the technology side of things.
In part two of my three-part Internet of Things (IoT) series, I next take a deeper look at the potential of IoT for high-tech & electronics manufacturing.
I was fortunate to be invited by one of our customers to discuss what it means to enable great auto buying experiences while walking around – and climbing over – the new structure for a brand new auto dealership property being constructed here in Seattle.
Last month, I talked about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the four key areas where IoT can unlock the most business value and new revenue growth opportunities for manufacturers. In this next post, I want to continue my discussion on IoT in a three-part segment series, first taking a deeper look at its potential for the automotive industry.
Designing for customers’ needs has always been a priority for product-driven enterprises, but it’s much easier said than done, and especially so in today’s digitally-connected world. Customers have more information, more options, and evolving behaviors about what they buy—and how. Consumers expect innovative solutions rather than just clever or well-designed products. With customers now looking for solutions, what is the answer to staying relevant and keeping pace?