The Customer is (Usually) Right, Listen to Feedback

When it comes to creating a connected product, some companies get caught up in the excitement of new development and forget to ask one simple question. Do customers really want it? This week in the enterprise IoT framework series, we’ll dive into that question and discuss ways to improve the relationship to your market. Most …

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Above the Crowd: Competitive Differentiators

In order to make the most of a connected product, you need to be able to differentiate that product from the crowd. To do that, there needs to be calculated measures taken when developing your IoT strategy. This week in the IoT framework series, we’ll be investigating how to come out on top of the …

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Pedaling Toward Success: Connected Brand Growth

In order to win a bike race, you must have two wheels that can support your growth and potential. If you’re going to spend major money on a cycle worthy of a winner, why wouldn’t you dole out cash on one that will get you through the challenges to come? The same can be applied …

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Never Redesign the Wheel: Benefits of Reusable Components

No one wants to reinvent the wheel if they don’t have to, so why should your organization do so when implementing an IoT ecosystem? This week in the IoT framework blog series, we’ll discuss establishing centralized common components in order to save you (and other divisions) time and money. Even with the use of a …

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Proof of Floatability: Testing Your IoT Projects

In order to establish a lasting enterprise IoT framework, you need to see issues before they arise. Last week we covered how limited internal scope can ruin opportunities for true innovation, but there are easy steps to take when creating a connected product and overcoming the learning curves associated with IoT implementation. With our enterprise …

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Set Course for the Horizon: Internal Scope for OEMs

Aligning your organization internally and encouraging cross-functional collaboration are only part of the battle while establishing an IoT framework for a multi-divisional company. Since we are an enterprise IoT-platform provider and work with large corporations like Parker Hannifin, we have the experience to highlight some of the common issues that organizations face when adapting to …

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Collaboration for IoT Artists: Framework for OEMs of the Future

For long-term IoT strategy to be effective, you need to have your departments synchronized and working towards creating a cohesive whole, much like collaborations between musicians. There are some helpful tools and guidelines that can be used in order to be successful and, as an industrial IoT platform provider, we understand how effective they can …

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IoT Top 11 of the Charts: 2016 Forrester Wave Report

In the latest Forrester Report, Exosite was chosen as one of the 11 “most significant” IoT platform providers on the market. This was a well-earned pat on the back for all of our accomplishments in 2016, since big names like IBM, PTC, GE, and Microsoft are well-known players. We are honored to be included, especially …

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Collaboration for IoT: Music to Your Ears

Many successful bands or musical organizations rely on members working together well and harmonizing with their instruments. It is a similar concept when effectively implementing a company-wide IoT ecosystem in that people may specialize in different areas, but coordinating strategies together makes the system work well. Because of the complex, far-reaching, and potentially costly implications …

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Creating a Team that Works: IoT Adoption in Industrial OEMs

Selecting team members for a sports team can be like creating a company-wide IoT ecosystem; You want to create a team that plays to their strengths and functions as a whole. In the creation stages, you want to make sure that every division is participating in the ways that they know best. Creating a standardized …

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