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The Great IoT Transformation

IoT transformation is leading the way for Australian businesses to optimise, innovate, and compete on the global stage.

The Great IoT Transformation

With the power to take any problem and solve it, IoT is presenting cutting-edge leaders with the opportunity to optimise business, foster innovation and breed success.

This shift means that Australian businesses aren’t just competing with one another, they’re competing with the world, says Mark Chapman, executive director of Telstra’s Global Enterprise Mobility. “Everybody wants to know how they can use IoT to actually improve some aspect of their business, to take cost out of the business, to actually make life better for their staff,” he says.

“IoT is a way of actually optimising your business to deliver the best outcomes for your customers at the best price,” Chapman adds. “From an innovation perspective, it’s about taking what you do today and making it better.”

IoT is a way of actually optimising your business to deliver the best outcomes for your customers at the best price.

– Mark Chapman, executive director, Global Enterprise Mobility, Telstra

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Australian businesses aren’t just competing with each other. They’re competing with the world. In order to be effective in that landscape you’ve got to be doing it as well or better than your competition, not just next door, but overseas.

IoT can take a problem and solve it for you.

Everybody wants to know how they can use IoT to actually improve some aspect of their business and as I talk to customers, we talk about how to improve productivity, how to take cost out of the business, how to actually make life better for their staff, and improve safety.

IoT’s the topic on everyone’s lips. It’s the 2016 version of Big Data

When Telstra thinks about IoT, it thinks about 3 things. Innovation, network, and security. From an innovation perspective, it’s about taking what you do well today and making it better,

Getting security right for IoT is critical. We’re not just bringing together Telstra solutions and our networks, we’re also working with world class partners.

Being cost-effective, that means being efficient, that means delivering the best product to your customers that you possibly can.

IoT is a way of actually optimizing your business to deliver the best outcomes for your customers at the best price.

Ask your account executive how Telstra can partner with business on the digital transformation journey.

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