Are You Prepared for Business Disruption?

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We are on the deep-end of Internet of Things (IoT). The journey for steady smart connection of homes, businesses and our surroundings has in earnest begun. In this mission, the implication of IoT shall quickly and dramatically shift the way we interact with technology. This proves to be an inevitable change that calls for preparedness for unforgiving digital disruption.

Analysts believe the IoT revolution is more significant than the Internet itself. Billions of “Things” connected insight to new opportunity that is changing the world. This has prompted the need to focus on exploring and monetizing the IoT revolution through bringing together ecosystem wide attendees comprising stakeholders and investors at the Africa IoT Summit slated for 13th – 14th September 2017. To register click here

The corporate leadership is feeling the pressure to secure data, get budgets, find and deploy the right technology. But even after discovering the preferred technologies, the decision-makers in corporate entities are noting that there is more in IoT than being technological savvy. It is about creating an agile organization that can detect what type of change is essential and make an impact on the IoT platform.

Massive change expected to sweep through all industries, just as it did in mobile communications and the Internet is already compelling corporate entities to review their business models rapidly. Why? There are already new services and offerings in the market for firms to thrive on the IoT arena.

The Internet of Things Africa is a unique opportunity to promote for both IoT users and buyers to network and create synergetic alliances and partnerships, says Ms. Laura Chite, CIO East Africa – Chief Executive Officer.

“This compelling, world-class conference is the premier industry showcase in Africa and features the brightest, most well-respected thought leaders and practitioners in the IoT space,” added Chite.

Organizations that have so far secured sponsorship at this magnanimous event are Hitachi, Redington, Footprint Africa Business Solutions (FABS) and Force Point.

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