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Making and Saving Money with the IoT

February 26, 2018

The Internet of Things can help businesses of all sizes increase profits and reduce operating expenses. By harnessing the power of data and connectivity, OEMs can optimize the maintenance of products deployed in the field and create better relationships with customers by understanding their usage habits. But contrary to popular belief, these capabilities do not require big, complex infrastructure.

In this article, product OEMs will learn:

  • How OEMs use IoT to join the service economy
  • How the IBM Watson IoT Platform and Intel IoT Platform provide a practical transition to IoT for business of any size
  • About a food and beverage company using these technologies to optimize its operations 
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