IoT Insights Report: IoT Solutions and Solution Architecture

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow exponentially, new IoT solutions are emerging that offer a wealth of possibilities — from transforming business operations to improving efficiencies and driving revenue growth. But even the best ideas and most innovative IoT solution concepts are likely to fail if each component and requirement isn’t properly accounted for and thoroughly considered. And the challenges that most organizations face when implementing an IoT solution is their lack of IoT expertise and the resources to bring their vision to life.

In the second installment of our IOT Insight Report series, we speak with Bill Kramer, KORE’s Executive Vice President of IoT Solutions, and Sunder Somasundaram, Senior Vice President of Pre-Sales and Solution Engineering, about the best way to implement an IoT initiative, from ideation to implementation. With over 40 years of collective experience in the data communications and IoT solution architecture sectors, Bill and Sunder have unique insights and technical knowledge to help organizations like yours succeed. This interview explores the required components you need to consider to ensure your solution gets to market as quickly, completely, and cost-effectively as possible.

While an IoT deployment might seem daunting, there are several ways in which you can streamline your implementation from start to finish. Download our IoT Insight Report: IoT Solutions and Solution Architecture to discover:

  • The most common mistakes organizations make when implementing an IoT solution
  • The technical requirements of an IoT solution that often go overlooked
  • How to navigate the rapidly expanding catalog of devices, applications, and connectivity options available and select the right options for your organization
  • The benefits of taking the time to properly architect a solution with all technical requirements considered

Take a proactive approach to architecting the best solution for your organization’s needs.