The internet of things (IoT) is changing competition. As you align your organization to compete in a market where products can connect to users, each other, and their manufacturers—are you introducing capabilities that will provide true competitive advantage?
Success in the IoT market isn't just about connecting smart products to a network. Manufacturers who are leading early have adapted their business plans so that products and services support a continuum of new product capabilities.
This infographic for the connected product maturity model charts capabilities along a continuum of value. Organizations can identify the connected capabilities that best complement their current offerings and recognize requirements needed to advance increasingly capable products. Download Now (.PDF).
The connected product maturity model white paper provides an in-depth profile of each capability level, including how to meet respective requirements and implement supporting services and business practices. Access the White Paper »
You've connected your products to the Internet, but that's just the start. Manufacturers can boost their strategy around four critical capabilities, according to an IoT connected product maturity model. Download Now (.PDF).
The connected product value curve takes the capabilities of the maturity model and maps them to specific cost and revenue benefits, including operational efficiencies and market innovations.
This infographic for the connected product value curve summarizes cost and revenue benefits and references real world examples of companies employing connected capabilities for measurable results. Download Now (.PDF).
The connected product value curve white paper provides insight into how connected product capabilities translate into improved revenue, lower costs, better product quality, and more satisfied customers. Access the White Paper »
Connecting your products to the internet is the first step to leveraging the IoT – but how do you create real business value? This infographic groups value opportunities into four main areas of your business, and maps technical opportunities to specific business benefits. Download Now (.PDF).