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The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to smart, connected products (hardware, software, sensors, etc.), which improve reliability, increase capabilities and help us use products much more effectively and efficiently. IoT allows these smart connected products to generate data that can help you deliver unprecedented value to your customers. This data can be gathered, analysed and delivered in a way that can be used to your and your customers’ advantage. For example, MAN Truck & Bus…

Enterprise software solutions are widespread, but not until recently have integrated, multi-function, end-to-end systems been available for global deployments in the Reverse Logistics industry. Many companies involved in Reverse Logistics management including the return of spare parts and/or distressed products have had to deal with a myriad of fragmented, disjointed, and disparate systems to collect, store, and manage key data related to Reverse Lifecycle processes and functions. In short, many firms miss opportunities or incur…

It might surprise you that one of the most interesting statistics my research at Aberdeen uncovered last year wasn’t about the number of AR headsets in use, or how IoT is having a broader impact on predictive service. It was simply the list of top industries researching field service management. The top surging industry — manufacturing — was no surprise, as new service technologies often find their home in manufacturing first. Number two on the…