The Industrial Internet of Things

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Why it demands not only new technology—but also a new operational blueprint for your business

Many manufacturers and industrial product companies have made great strides in connecting their products and appliances to the IoT. But succeeding in this era demands much more than technology connectivity. In fact, the advent of the IIoT is a once-in-a-lifetime business disruption—one that requires new capabilities and will provide incredible opportunities.  

To truly leverage its new direct customer relationship and make the full transition to an IIoT-enabled, customer-centric and service-orientated organisation, a manufacturing business must fundamentally transform its strategy and organisational culture.

Manufacturers that move to tackle the necessary transformation today will position themselves as future leaders in their markets. Those that fail to act now risk being left behind—and will face a real struggle to catch up.

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Manufacturing in the midst of major disruptions and transformation

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