No (successful) business is an island. For decades, business schools have taught strategies for improving competitiveness by evaluating strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT), and considering market forces represented by competitors, consumers, and suppliers. Today, enterprises of all sizes are expected to manage their transactions and customer engagement “touch points” using applications that capture and measure everything from materials to customer satisfaction. As we automate and monitor every aspect of manufacturing and distribution (including the production and delivery of intellectual property for service-oriented businesses) there is a significant and growing role for smart data and sensor/IOT data.
Participants in this webinar will learn to define, capture, and analyze new IOT-based data to improve supply-chain performance.
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