What separates success from failure? Insight report reveals why only 12% of IoT projects are fully successful

74% of companies consider their IoT projects to be unsuccessful and only 12% of IoT projects are seen as fully successful.

Where are things going wrong?

An in-depth study conducted by leading analysts, Beecham Research, sought to understand Why IoT Projects Fail and what to do about it.

This insight report reveals the key findings from numerous sources and surveys of enterprise users and solution providers and cites the major reasons for failure and the unforeseen challenges that led to a project’s decline.

Learn what separates success from failure in this must-read for IoT adopters, buyers and solution providers.

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