A recent Accenture survey asked C-level executives -- about half of which were CEOs -- what the main benefits of the Internet of Things, or IoT, will be for their companies. While there were plenty of responses, three key ideas rose to the top: employee productivity, asset optimization, and cost cutting.
That falls in line with IoT cost savings predictionsGeneral Electrichas made, as well as internal Internet of Things benefitsVerizon Communications and Intel have already created.
Microsoft has already proven that companies large and small can use the Internet of Things to boost their businesses. The company's IoT solutions helped a Jeep factory and small stone-cutting business increase productivity.
But there are plenty of companies that don't yet realize the the full potential IoT could have on their businesses, and time is running out.
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