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How to Simplify IoT to Find ROI

By Ken Briodagh February 12, 2018

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing business models throughout every vertical. The process of leveraging connecting things is complex, and therefore can add operating expense and introduce risk. As a result, some businesses struggle without expert help.

Understanding the IoT market and it’s rapidly evolving landscape is critical for success. In a recent webinar, the panel of analysts and industry experts helped attendees learn about how complementary IoT technologies like IoT SIMs, eUICC/eSims, and LPWA can be combined to enable any developer, user or enterprise implementer to accelerate time-to-revenue, increase security and add business flexibility while lowering overall costs.

What makes IoT so hard? Where do companies get bogged down? Why do many organizations struggle with IoT deployments? Those who watch this IoT Evolution and Sierra Wireless webinar learn about overcoming the challenges inherent in the complexity of IoT systems and how to:

  • Avoid key challenges & streamline the development, deployment, and operation of IoT solutions
  • Simplify your IoT Development & align your cost structure with your business model
  • Navigate the rapid evolution of IoT technology: IoT Sims, eUICC/eSIMS, LPWA
  • Manage all your IoT devices with a single unified platform

To watch the archived event, click here.

Who should attend:

  • VPs and Directors of Service Operations, Product Management, Product Development, Procurement, R&D, Engineering, Technical Support,
  • CTOs, CIOs, CEOs, Owners, Founders
  • Embedded Developer /Software Developer, Service Architect

Presenters:
Julian Watson
Senior Principal Analyst, IoT
IHS Markit

Staffan Eriksson
Director Product Marketing
Sierra Wireless

Moderator:
Carl Ford
CEO and Co-Founder
Crossfire Media


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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