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Internet of Things | Rating ‘IoT’ as transformational, Gartner advises the Enterprises to focus on the appropriate technology infrastructure to prepare for IoT projects or start with IoT Implementations

Named in the Gartner’s Competitive Landscape of IoT Vendors 2017, Altizon Systems has been further evaluated and included in the Hype Cycle for ICT (Information and Communication Industry) in India, 2017 by Gartner (The Research and Advisory Firm).

With Internet of Things (IoT) pegged as one of the key technologies added in this Hype Cycle, Altizon is evaluated as one of the IoT vendors/ IoT Platform companies.

What should you know?

With the bundle of new technologies and numerous vendors, IT leaders are often confused and challenged to allocate their budgets effectively. They take a cautious approach with technology adoption as it directly affects their revenue opportunities and productivity improvements.

Gartner’s Hype Cycle for ICT 2017, helps identify the relevant technologies and maps their business impacts. An update of the ICT of Hype Cycle in 2016, this Hype Cycle highlights how the overall technology lag is gradually closing (global traction versus India’s traction). With the two major economic events (GST roll out and demonetization) and rapid growth in IT budget, Indian CIOs are availing the opportunities and preparing themselves to adopt the new breed of solutions for doing digital business in India.

To reap tangible business benefits, Gartner advises to foremost understand the business use case and accordingly align the IT and operation technology (OT) resources, processes and people.

Why do you need the Hype Cycle?

Mapping 26 key technologies against the length of time and benefit ratings, the Priority Matrix in the Hype Cycle categorize these technologies as emerging, mature and mainstream and maps their expected impact on business performance during the next 10 years. Using the Priority matrix, the senior IT leaders can help prioritize technology investments with more insights into business impacts.

For organizations looking to invest in IoT solutions, Gartner advises to focus on the appropriate technology infrastructure to prepare for IoT or start with IoT Implementations. It rates IoT as ‘transformational’ and lays out the IoT usage model (optimize, monetize, operate, extend and experience) for both enterprises and consumer markets.

To read the complete detail, you may download the report here.

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Altizon Evaluated for Hype Cycle for ICT, 2017

Altizon aims to help the organizations identify the right business use cases and build custom solutions to realize significant transformation and business outcome. Using its flagship Datonis® IIoT platform, it’s driving rapid business outcomes through solutions that enable Smart Manufacturing, modernize Asset Performance Management and pioneer new Business Models for service delivery. The Datonis® IIoT platform accelerates IT/OT integration by helping quickly connect diverse industrial assets and launching new applications over a hybrid infrastructure with edge computing, advanced in-stream analytics, and deep learning capabilities.

With over 155 IoT projects implemented at over 62 plants in 6 manufacturing industries (Automotive, Industrial Products, Steel, Tire, FMCG, and Chemical), customers are using Altizon’s industry-specific apps and solutions for Condition Based Maintenance, Productivity Improvement, Quality Improvement, Energy Optimization, Warehouse Management and Predictive Maintenance.

To help you select the right use cases for your IoT projects and provide a benchmark for expectations, we highly recommend you to schedule an IoT Maturity Assessment with our subject matter experts.

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