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Enterprises can’t afford a ‘Do Nothing’ approach when it comes to IoT

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09 Dec 2015
10:10 - 10:40
DESTINY ROOM

Enterprises can’t afford a ‘Do Nothing’ approach when it comes to IoT

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Session Abstract

IoT Slam Internet of Things Conference machina-research-logoEnterprise IoT is set to disrupt a large number of industries. A few concrete examples of the advantages that the Internet of Things will bring to enteprises is in enabling new business models, creating new revenue streams, reducing costs, extending and enhancing relationships with end customers, and improving product development processes.

Enterprises that have started on their Enterprise IoT journey are learning important lessons and gaining distinct competitive advantages in their industries, not least in building longer-term relationships with customers. Successful implementation of Enterprise IoT depends on a number of factors: IoT must be on the enterprise’s strategic agenda, effort must go into identifying and prioritising specific opportunities, the enterprise must understand the technology and business requirements of IoT, including the potentially transformative effect it might have on its business model, and it must establish the relevant partnerships. Above all, Enteprise IoT is a continuous process of development and evolution.

During the presentation, the speaker will share insights and answers on Enterprise IoT: What is it? How should enterprises go about identifying and selecting new IoT opportunities? And how should enterprises prepare their organisations for these changes? What opportunities are there for service providers and OEMs in Enterprise IoT? The speaker will also share a clearly defined Enterprise IoT framework for enterprises to follow and engage with Enterprise IoT.

The Enterprise IoT journey starts here for many enterprise executives, service providers and system integrators.

Speaker:

Emil Berthelsen
Principal Analyst at Machina Research

Emil Berthelsen is a Principal Analyst at Machina Research, leading the Enterprise IoT stream, and focuses on Big Data, data analytics, M2M and IoT Platforms and SLAs. Prior to joining Machina Research, Emil worked at Analysys Mason, KPMG Consulting, BT Consulting, and Alexander Proudfoot plc, building more than two decades of experience in management, strategic and research consulting. From a consulting background, Emil has concentrated on and delivered projects in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) industry, and in the past six years, focused on emerging technology and business areas such as mobile enterprise applications, mobile payments, APIs, developer communities, and M2M and IoT. This has led to a significant number of research and consulting projects, advising global clients on new M2M and IoT product, service and market opportunities, identifying channels and strategic partnerships, and providing market sizing, competitor intelligence and insights around these emerging market and technology trends.

Emil has chaired, presented and led panel discussions at M2M, IoT and Big Data conferences in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US, and contributes regularly to articles on these topics in industry journals, online news portals and blog services. More recently, Emil has started to research and speak on the changes from M2M to IoT, and the impact this has on data analytics, platforms and SLAs for enterprises. Emil holds an MPhil in International Relations from Cambridge University.

Session Tags

End-User, Enterprise, Small / Medium Enterprise, OEM

Enterprise IoT, IoT, M2M, Big Data, analytics, platforms

CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Technical, Business Line Management, Operations

Intermediate, Beginner

Retail, Manufacturing, Telecom, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Industrials, Healthcare, Consumer, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive

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