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Ten reasons your business needs a strategy

to capitalize on the Internet of Things today

 

The Internet of Things is not a futuristic technology trend: it's here today, and it starts with your things—

your line-of-business assets, such as industry devices and sensors, the data they produce, your cloud

services, and your business intelligence tools. That's the Internet of Your Things. By implementing a strategy

to capitalize on the Internet of Things, you can stop just running your business and start making it thrive.

 

1. Get a jump start on your competition.

Cut a food-service inspection process in half. Give doctors and nurses access to patient records in a

fraction of the time. Enable online grocery shopping with one-hour delivery. Microsoft customers are

already taking advantage of the Internet of Things by connecting their devices to create new insights from

data that help them transform their businesses. It's time to create an Internet of Things strategy so your

business can lead, instead of fighting to catch up.

2. Get more out of your existing IT assets.

Start with your existing IT assets and build upon them. Add a few new devices; connect them to the cloud;

and enable them to talk to each other, to your employees, and to your customers. Transform your business

by utilizing the data those devices generate with business intelligence tools to have deeper insight into

what your customers and employees want and need.

3. Enable small changes to make a big impact.

The Internet of Your Things starts with identifying the one process, product line, or location that matters the most to you, then making

small changes for big impact. Connect robots on the factory floor with back-end systems and create a production line with more

continuous uptime. Add expiration dates to the data set for pharmacy inventory and save thousands of dollars in wasted medications.

Connect one handheld device to your inventory system, suddenly, you've got real-time customer service on the sales floor. The Internet

of Things doesn't have to be overwhelming—a few key improvements can make a big difference.

4. Become more efficient.

Connecting devices and systems can help you shave minutes from a user's login process, hours from

restocking inventory, or days from routine system upgrades and enhancements. When secured data

flows seamlessly between devices and through the cloud, you can access and use it more efficiently than

ever before. That means spending less time pulling reports and more time creating new services and

products based on your new insights.

5. Discover new ways to delight your customers.

From the least-used fitting room in the store to the keywords that drive the strongest coupon sales,

every piece of data is a clue to the products and experiences your customers are seeking. Visualize

emerging patterns and predict behavior to anticipate trends and give your customers what they want,

before they even know they want it.

6. Open up new business opportunities.

Connecting line-of-business assets, such as industry devices and sensors, data, and people gives

you faster processes and fresh insight, resulting in new business opportunities. Combining GPS with

automated kiosks and RFID-enabled check-in lets motorists join a car sharing service and drive away in

minutes. Automating the stonecutting process frees up craftsmen to meet increased demand without

sacrificing quality. The insights you get from your data help you see new possibilities.

7. Increase agility.

Data insights can help you respond more quickly to competition, supply chain changes, customer

demand, and changing market conditions. Collecting and analyzing data gives you quick insight into

trends, so you can change your production activity, fine-tune your maintenance schedule or find less

expensive materials. With the Internet of Things, you can spend less time wondering and more time

taking action.

8. Build the ability to scale.

New ideas are born when you work with new partners, new technologies, new devices, and new data

streams. You suddenly put your employees and technology to work together in ways never before

imagined. New data opportunities let you shift your focus from repairing machines to fine-tuning their

performance over the long term. Comparing results from different store locations lets you identify the

most successful services and roll them out nationwide. The Internet of Things lets you scale from the

smallest data point to global deployments.

9. Get your devices to start talking.

Devices have the potential to say a lot, but only if there's someone or something on the other end to

engage, react, and listen. By utilizing the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service, sensors can tell

your distribution center systems which merchandise routes are plagued with delays. Machine-generated

data can tell your operations teams which remote service kiosks will need repairs the soonest. From

sensors to handheld scanners to surgical instruments, the devices in your business can create efficiency

and insight, if you enable them to talk to each other, your employees, and your customers.

10. Transform your business.

When you have a strategy in place to take advantage of the Internet of Things—and you team up with the one company that can

provide the right platforms, services, tools, and partner ecosystem—you can transform your business in real time. Microsoft and its

partners have the technology and the experience to help you put the Internet of Your Things to work in your business today, so you can

stop just running your business, and start making it thrive.

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