The Future of Service with IoT: 1-Day Public Workshop

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a game changer in the manufacturing industry. It enables completely new business models which are highly valuable to customers and at the same time represent a low cost for the organisation. - Therefore most manufacturers want to develop (advanced) services enabled by IoT, but the key question is how?

 

Why is this workshop relevant? 

To get the process started, companies are often faced with the following challenges:

  • How to distinguish hype from solid business potential?
  • How to get started and build momentum?
  • How to create alignment amongst key stakeholders and attain the required support?
  • How to monetise (existing) IoT capabilities?
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    What are the objectives of the workshop?

    To provide participants with:

  • Insights into the potential of the service business and the IoT,
  • Practical experience on how come up with new valuable IoT enabled service opportunities, and;
  • An understanding of the business implications of implementing such new IoT enabled services
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    For whom is this workshop?

    Persons responsible for developing new services within global manufacturing organisations: Service Directors, Senior Service Managers, Business Development Managers, VP Service Marketing & Sales, VP R&D, Business line managers, VP Service Solutions and so forth.


    To learn more about a the philosophy behind this workshop, download our latest article on ''Using design thinking to make your employees ready for the IoT''.


    The exact date and location is to be confirmed.

     

    Contact us today for more information, or to save a seat for you and your colleagues. 




    Language:
    English
    Last date of subscription:
    Thursday, September 14, 2017
    Fee:
    €950 Plus VAT where applicable
    City:
    Amsterdam
    Country:
    Netherlands
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