Applying Connectivity Data across the Enterprise

In today’s highly competitive marketplace, where every company is looking for an edge, are you prepared to compete in the new connected world?

The machines used by organizations today have a lot to say.  And if they were plugged into the enterprise in a way that businesses could understand, the possibilities would be endless.  By improving operational visibility and integrating the demand and supply chains, organizations are achieving unprecedented levels of efficiency.  Innovations in sensor, gateway, cloud and cellular network technology are enabling a whole new class of connected device.  These connected devices are transforming business and driving profit and ROI by applying machine data throughout the enterprise.

A major benefit of M2M technology is operational visibility.  Operational visibility allows organizations to integrate their demand and supply chains. Organizations typically manage their businesses using trusted analytical tools like ERP systems, CRM solutions, marketing software, etc – now companies can manage their equipment in the same way.

Download the latest white paper from Digi International, written by Digi’s Vice President of Solutions, Matt Jennings. Follow this link to get an overview of how organizations can apply connectivity data across the enterprise to impact the business.

The white paper will also define the term operational visibility and discuss its impact on an organization, discuss the integration of the demand and supply chains and include application examples that demonstrate the value of integrating equipment data throughout the enterprise.

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