[Infographic] Why You Need to Leverage IoT in Healthcare

Posted by Vele Galovski on 12/15/16 5:00 AM

Despite the healthcare industry experiencing steady growth year over year, many HHIT (Healthcare & Healthcare IT) providers are beginning to see the cracks in their traditional business models. This infographic outlines the various ways HHIT organizations can embrace the Internet of Things (IoT) through smart, connected to products to capture new revenue streams, including optimized customer processes, and improved business outcomes.

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Topics: healthcare, infographic, internet of things (IoT), HHIT, equipment manufacturers, smart, connected products, smart services

[Infographic] How the Internet of Things is Impacting Hardware Manufacturers

Posted by Technology Services Industry Association on 9/9/16 6:30 AM

In an increasingly connected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) is forcing traditional hardware manufacturers to rethink how they run their businesses. The historical make/sell/ship business model is no longer sufficient now that customers expect providers to help them save money and improve their business outcomes. To respond to changing customer demands and offset the industry-wide trend of declining product revenues, many hardware manufacturers are embracing smart, connected products to create new revenue streams. In this infographic, you'll see just how IoT is impacting hardware manufacturers and why embracing digitization is crucial to improving revenue growth in a rapidly changing technological climate.

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Topics: infographic, industrial equipment, internet of things (IoT), hardware manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, smart, connected products, smart services

Economic Disruption for Equipment Manufacturers: Lessons Learned and What Lies Ahead

Posted by Rene Grossrieder on 6/7/16 8:40 AM

Since its inception, the internet has had a monumental impact on the world we live in, from gross domestic product (GDP), gross global value creation and destruction, profit performance, social networks, commerce and cyber security, emergency management, and advertising, just to name a few. 

As a result, equipment manufacturers are facing many new challenges as connected devices are changing the world and old business models are shattering. But, they can possibly learn from other past miscalculations, particularly brick and mortar retailers that have a physical asset to sell while dealing with the commercialization of products and increasing focus on services and the customer experience.

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Topics: sales, remote services, equipment manufacturers, e-commerce

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