As we move into the next wave of computing — the Internet of Things (IoT) — IT hardware manufacturers are looking for new ways to add intelligence (i.e., enterprise asset intelligence) to their products. Electronics manufacturing giant Epson has been making big strides in this space, beginning in 2012 with the release of Moverio, Android-based smart glasses, and the following year with its OmniLink mobile point of sale (mPOS) system.
A focus of Zebra Technology’s APPFORUM in Las Vegas was Enterprise Asset Intelligence/the Internet of Things (IoT). Speakers shared factors contributing to the IoT explosion and the potential it has to impact user experience — as well as your business.
This IT solutions, managed, and cloud services provider doesn’t let its size or age keep it from winning unified communications and collaboration (UCC) deals with global midsize and enterprise clients.
This small MSP-turned-ISV is projecting more than $1 million in revenue growth this year with even bigger growth potential the following year.
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This MSP’s $60,000-per-month private cloud services deal started with a cold call, providing a list of its top competitors, and a 12-month sales-nurturing process.
Last week I was at LogicNow’s (formerly GFI Software) MAX 2015 partner event in Washington DC at the Gaylord National Convention Center. LogicNow captures literally petabytes of data points with the help of its 12,000 managed services provider (MSP) partners throughout the world who collectively manage more than 2 million end points.
This solutions provider averted disaster by shifting its hardware sales to selling managed services and cloud services.