Have you considered how the Internet of Things (IoT) can help your business?
Have you adopted any IoT solutions?
Have they changed your ability to save costs, increase efficiencies and reinvest in growth?
Dr. Pantea Lotfian (Managing Director of Camrosh) writes:
Filling in the questionnaire does not require any technical knowledge. You can find the survey questionnaire directly here: https://survey.zohopublic.eu/zs/gACCDE
We intend to publish the results by mid November 2017 and will be sharing the outcomes on the survey website (https://digitalsurvey.tech) and disseminate the results via various social media and through umbrella organisations.
The survey will be evaluated anonymously and your information will not be shared with any third parties.
We thank you in advance for your participation and are looking forward to receiving your replies to help create the momentum and the community for business growth and success in the UK.
Why do we want to know?
The Internet of Things has been a buzz word for a while now and is still buzzing strongly, mainly due to its ever increasing impact on consumer products and services and the impact on business models in virtually every industry.
The IoT is not one technology, but rather a system built of various technologies, such as sensors, network connectivity, and data analytics to name a few. Advances in each of these areas have over the past five years dramatically increased the power of the IoT to impact businesses in many different ways, with improved operational efficiencies and cost reductions currently being the main cited benefits by solution providers.
However, the IoT opens up also other wide-reaching opportunities for businesses. Particularly for SMEs with limited resources, when they combine a deep understanding of their business and markets with strategic forward planning to adopt IoT solutions to enable growth.
Successful adoption of IoT solutions by SMEs
- Nayland Hotel: a family owned leisure provider.
By adopting IoT enabled energy solutions they reduced water and energy costs by 80% and 50% respectively
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