There’s fast, and then there’s speed architecture. When IT faces new business challenges at a frantic pace, conventional development methods are pushed to their limits. Microservices could present the solution. Let’s imagine that you…
I am on a mission to reveal the benefits of the Internet of Things and to encourage customers to take the first step. For this reason, we at itelligence are working with IoT use cases that are based on real business scenarios. In my first blog of this “Bring Your Things to Life” blog series, I described the mixed reality use case for service technicians.
Discussions about digitalization and the Internet of Things do often disregard tangible scenarios. By setting up this “Bring Your Things to Life with itelligence” blog series, Wolfgang Möller, our Global Director Discrete Industries and Internet…
This blog is the fourth and final article in our “Matching Different IoT Ecosystems” blog series. During the three previous blog articles, we dealt with processes and technology. Now, we are coming to the element that is starring in the digital transformation and design of united ecosystems – people.
Wow, what a topic. Actually it is a good question, because we are talking about melding different ecosystems, of which ERP is one of many, which have to be integrated into one entire network. Well, welcome to the third part of our “Matching Different IoT Ecosystems” blog series.
Welcome to part two of our blog series “Matching Different IoT Ecosystems”. Part one was about the challenges and opportunities of vertical and horizontal integration of business processes and the need for high-performance IoT scenarios. Today’s issue will handle the next step: Sensor Integration and Onboarding Processes.
The full power of the Internet of Things can only be leveraged by integrated processes. So, matching different ecosystems is a prerequisite on the way to integration excellence. On the one hand, a harmonized process landscape is the lever for a next level of efficiency.
Who is the key driver of the Internet of Things in your company? Change never comes without someone pushing it into an organization. You need people with visions and ideas, and of course, people who have the power to bring about change. I put this question to the IoT architects in my expert round: “Who is driving the IoT strategy?”
While the first and second parts of this blog series discussed the current status of Internet of Things strategies in the markets and different approaches to transforming business models, I have chosen “Design Thinking” for this post. This method makes you look outside the box to find innovative solutions for your customers. The Internet of Things involves people in many disciplines, and Design Thinking brings them and their expertise together.
This blog series addresses the elements of an Internet of Things (IoT) strategy. I discuss topics such as the importance and status of the IoT across industries, transformation of business models, Design Thinking, and people as the main driver of the IoT.