Top Five Five Factors for a Successful IIoT Implementation (webcast replay)

Jim Brown presented his recent research on building versus buying IIoT infrastructure in the upcoming Top 5 Factors for a Successful Industrial IoT Implementation webcast on Engineering.com (sponsored by Autodesk). The webcast also featured Autodesk’s Head of IoT, Bryan Kester, sharing how IIoT can help improve product service, close the loop on engineering designs, and

Ten Build-Buy Factors for IoT Platforms

The Ten Build-Buy Factors for IoT Platforms ebook shares ten things companies should consider when deciding whether to build or buy the infrastructure required to support their Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives. The research shares practical experiences from several manufacturers ranging in size and IoT maturity. The eBook reports the complexities and lessons learned from their real

Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown Sharing IoT Thoughts at PTC Event

PTC caught some of my views on the Internet of Things on camera at a recent event. The videos include some of my thoughts along with those of PTC’s Jill Newberg and fellow analysts Joe Barkai and Gartner’s Tuong Nguyen. The first one is on the IoT closing the loop in PLM, where I discuss

Dassault Systèmes Vision 2016+

Dassault Systèmes is successfully transforming their business beyond PLM to become a platform provider. To be more precise, they are becoming a “business innovation platform company.” Our recent discussions show that they’re making significant progress on the 3DEXPERIENCE vision they laid out in 2012, and have been able to transform their business more than I originally suspected when the vision

Top Five Considerations to Build or Buy IoT Infrastructure (on demand webcast)

Jim Brown shared his recent research on building versus buying IoT infrastructure in the Top Five Things that Ensure a Successful IoT Implementation: Exploring the Nature of IoT Projects and Build vs. Buy Decisions Industry Week webcast webinar (sponsored by Autodesk). The webcast also featured Autodesk’s Head of IoT, Bryan Kester, sharing the value of a smart,

Requirements and Validation Buyer’s Guide

Tech-Clarity’s Requirements and Validation Engineering Buyer’s Guide helps manufacturers develop criteria to evaluate software solutions to support requirements management and validation engineering. Tech-Clarity’s Buyer’s Guides go beyond software functionality to provide a framework of requirements that impact implementation success and long-term ROI, including: Software capabilities Implementation User adoption Support Vendor characteristics / attributes Industry or unique business