Manufacturing and consumer electronics sector focus of Vodafone M2M research paper
Manufacturing and consumer electronics is a highly competitive market where finding the next big revenue opportunity is vital – and M2M could be just what’s needed states Vodafone in its new research paper.
Auckland, New Zealand – Manufacturing and consumer electronics is a highly competitive market where finding the next big revenue opportunity is vital – and M2M could be just what’s needed states Vodafone in its new research paper, The state of M2M in manufacturing and consumer electronics.
Manufacturers know that in order to compete and grow, they have to innovate constantly and find new products that add value for customers. But differentiation of the end product is not enough. Manufacturers must create value-added services to include with their products that are not easily copied. These might include warranty, asset tracking, security and predictive maintenance services. M2M can enable all these value-added services for manufacturing businesses.
According to 49% of respondents in this sector, the top motivator for M2M adoption is competitive advantage. Manufacturers, particularly those creating the latest consumer electronics, can use M2M to transform their products into smart, connected devices.
Vodafone’s research highlights key findings from its main research paper, The M2M adoption barometer 2013, which discusses the global adoption of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications for operational efficiency, amongst other advantages. It confirms the broad industry and global coverage of M2M technology and how the effects are transforming large and small scale businesses.
Visit m2m.vodafone.com/barometer to learn more about The state of M2M in manufacturing and consumer electronics.
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- Lia Banton
- Marketing Manager - M2M Northern Europe
- Vodafone Global Enterprise Ltd.
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