Creating IoT Offerings to Make your Business Smarter

Presented by

Carrie Francey, Tom Bradicich and Chaitra Vedullapalli

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IoT offers incredible revenue growth potential for companies building and bringing solutions to market, and co-selling their innovations with enterprise brands. This session outlines the 7 principles of IoT, sharing IoT Solutions tackling tourism & automotive market and exploring data and analytics to help you make faster business decisions. Established IoT partners are collaborating with emerging organizations in new ways. We will highlight examples of successful organizations thriving in the ecosystem, leveraging new types of partnerships to approach solution building and solution scaling. Key Takeaways: - Learn about 7 Principals of IoT - Invest in the IoT solutions to help your business become smarter - Connect with market leaders to adopt IoT framework Speakers: Carrie Francey – Moderator- VP Information Builders – BI and Analytics, everything Data Tom Bradicich – Phd, VP IoT HPE - 7 Principles of IoT and 1st mover innovation and leadership Chaitra Vedullapalli- Co Founder Meylah – Smart Tourism IoT – Smart City with Integrated Hospitality To Produce Economic Prosperity

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