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The Internet of Things is the next step in this modern industrial revolution – and industrial machinery and components (IM&C) companies are behind this monumental shift. By bringing intelligent, connected equipment to all industries, IM&C companies are redefining an industry with four different business networks.
Partnerships are becoming increasingly important in the digital economy as business models evolve and product innovations demand expertise from other industries. Read how you can partner effectively to cross industry boundaries and bring innovative digital products to market more quickly and efficiently.
If there is anything that these businesses have taught us, it’s the inevitability of change and disruption. If your business is going to survive, you need to embrace it now. These five steps can get you on your way.
Is your industry being digitally disrupted? If so, you’re not along. Check out these useful insights and tips to help your business move beyond the digital enterprise and become successful in the expanding digital economy.
How deep and connected does your digital transformation need to be? The world is going digital – regardless of a company’s size, industry, and location. Small and midsize business start growing, competing, and succeeding in a digital world economy if they do these six things.
Business colleagues become frustrated when a simple tweak to a dashboard takes days, weeks, or months to complete. Likewise, IT struggles to keep pace with daily demands while juggling requests for business intelligence reports that can’t possibly be created on time. It’s not a wise move for the business or the IT department. There is a better way.
What makes baseball so great is the strategy that’s involved. Manufacturing runs and winning games can be achieved through various means, from laying down a sacrifice bunt to pinch-hitting for a sub-par batter. Supply chain is similar in many ways, but your organization’s strategy should round the bases by putting customers at the core of your operations. Here’s how.
Maximize benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) by combining insights generated from your IoT-enabled applications. To add value to the economic impact of interoperable IoT applications, you should introduce the concept of settings.
Would Henry Ford have ever envisioned the transportation industry we have today? And no, we’re not talking about self-driving cars. It’s the interactive technologies that are changing how people interact, grow, and even learn – influencing how automakers design, manufacture, distribute, and service their vehicles.
Which are you: the disruptor or disrupted? In our new digital reality, first-mover advantage is proving to be more essential than it has ever been. Those who can most effectively and efficiently reimagine their core business models will be the ones that set the pace for the rest of us to follow.