Calling all CFOs: Why connecting with a toothbrush might just be worth it

Until recently, technology vendors and the companies that buy their wares have focused largely on what the technology does – what features it has, the capabilities it can offer. But it's no longer about what technology can do, it's about what it can enable. The fact that a manufacturer can communicate with a toothbrush may represent technological wizardry. However, it's the knowledge the company can collect from the resulting data stream — such as how many brushings a customer can get...

By Tony Kontzer, 17 January 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Productivity.