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The M2M adoption barometer 2014

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Whitepaper | July 2014

In the 12 months since our first M2M Adoption Barometer things have changed a lot. The percentage of companies saying that they are using M2M has grown by over 80%, and we’ve seen shifts between regions and vertical sectors.

The M2M adoption barometer 2014

The most exciting change that we’ve seen is how many companies have moved from using M2M to improve internal functions — like remote monitoring of equipment — to using it to transform external processes — like customer service. M2M is not just here to stay, it’s becoming more central to company strategy, differentiation and competitive advantage.

Based on a survey of over 600 executives from companies in 14 countries and seven industries, the 2014 M2M Adoption Barometer gives you the insights you need to understand

  • how your M2M maturity compares to others in your industry
  • what the hurdles are, and how they change as you approach implementation
  • when you’re likely to start seeing ROI

Featuring expert analysis from Machina Research — one of the foremost providers of strategic advice on M2M, IoT and Big Data— the Barometer offers a unique insight into the use of M2M and how it’s changing.

This is a must-read report.

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