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As new Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and capabilities emerge, the promise is matched only by its complexity. A key step to ensuring your IoT solution fulfills its promise is to first lay a solid foundation by developing a comprehensive strategy and determining your organization’s readinesss. Without taking a comprehensive inventory of your organizational strengths and weaknesses, it may be challenging to build and deploy an IoT solution that will deliver your desired business outcomes. Gaps in your strategy and readiness assessment can translate to failures in certain aspects of your solution itself.
In the first of a two-part interview series on Iot Strategy and Readiness, Romil Bahl, President and CEO of KORE, shares how you can evaluate your organization for overall IoT readiness. You’ll also get an in-depth look at the seven critical areas that should be part of your IoT deployment plan. Bahl outlines every aspect, from overall organizational governance and inventory management to triage support and business analytics, that makes for a successful IoT implementation.
Draw from Bahl’s 30 years of experience in IoT and information technology to help your organization shape a comprehensive IoT strategy and implementation plan. Download part one of Bahl’s IoT Insight Report: IoT Strategy and Readiness for actionable insights into:
Lay the groundwork for success with this initial interview report, then check out Part 2 for more in-depth tactical advice.