IoT has spent the pandemic becoming steadily more business-like and the look-at-me antics of earlier years are being replaced by a stronger focus on profitability. It’s about time.
Demonstrating something new and potentially transformative is a good game to play at trade shows but selling a service profitably and at volume gives a better outcome as share price rockets, bonuses accrue, and the company grows. This is an important step to take in the maturity of any technology and IoT is showing signs that it is beginning to make that transition from being the new kid on the block to the established professional.
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TALKING HEADS: Twilio’s Taylor Wolfe explains why the company’s customers should sell IoT on the outcomes they provide rather than the cost of the service
CASE STUDY: LivingPackets delivers packaging as a service with Twilio SuperSim
PHYGITAL IoT: Tele2 IoT's Onur Kasaba describes a new era of IoT that merges the physical and digital worlds
INTELLIGENT MOBILE DATA: Why intelligence is a ticket to future-proof IoT
ANALYST REPORT: Our 7-page analyst report, sponsored by Inmarsat and authored by Transforma Insights, describes how IoT is enabling transformation in the electricity sector
CASE STUDY: How AnsuR used Inmarsat’s Application and Solutions Provider Programme to support its visual communication systems
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