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How to Develop an Enterprise IoT Framework

IoT Framework

We’ve been helping original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to deploy and manage their connected solutions for years, so we’ve decided to share our insights as an industrial IoT platform provider to ease the transformation.

Our latest strategy guide, IoT Platform and Business Framework for Industrial OEMs, covers several of the components that need to be considered in order for a successful IoT ecosystem to be created. Written by Mark Benson, Exosite’s CTO, Steve Wright, Solutions Architect, and Stacey O’Brien, Technical Communications, this strategy guide lays out the the key solutions for developing a corporate-wide IoT framework that streamlines internal adoption.

The paper describes the seven critical challenges that companies with many divisions encounter while developing and implementing a suitable IoT strategy, as well as best practices to leverage when facing those challenges. There are also recommendations for integrated approaches that go beyond technology frameworks, so that organizations can pivot quickly in order to drive new revenue sources, decrease operational expenses, and improve market position.

With IoT forcing organizations out of their comfort zones and driving innovation of new technology and business offerings, it is essential that industrial OEMs develop an implementation plan that focuses on eliminating the internal barriers that IoT commonly presents. If done correctly, the inclusion of IoT will bring companies competitive advantages and long-term success.

To discover how your team can face IoT challenges and come out on top, click the button below and download the full white paper. If you are ready to get started with your own IoT initiatives, then try out Murano, our breakthrough IoT platform, or contact us to find out how we can help you on the road to IoT success. 

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