Machine Telematics: Leveraging Machine-to-Machine Technology to Improve Customer Relationships and Product Reliability

  • Source: SAP
  • Written By:
  • Published:
  • (Originally Published On:) )
Information technology provides the foundation to store, process, and manage today’s huge volumes of telematics data, which will only continue to grow. In addition, analytical tools are available to tap the intelligence hidden in this data and deliver valuable insights. By capitalizing on the synergy between machine telematics and new innovations such as in-memory computing, mobile, and analytics solutions, manufacturers can gain the timely, accurate insights needed to drive product design improvements, manufacturing process improvements, overall quality improvements, and improved service parts management.

Featured Software Research:

Comparing the Total Cost of Ownership of Business Intelligence Solutions

  • Source: Birst
  • Written By:
  • Published:
For many companies, traditional business intelligence (BI) software is costly and resource-intensive. So are open source alternatives that require significant configuration and integration. In contrast, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions can reduce the cost of a BI deployment by providing automation and pre-integration. Compare total cost of ownership (TCO) for traditional, open source, and SaaS BI solutions. Read More

I Love Customers—How Customer-centricity Drives Bottom Line Benefits

More choices. More flexibility. Fewer hassles. The core tenets of fostering a relationship between the customer and your brand have not changed. It’s all about the experience. Whether ordering a soda at the drug store counter in 1944 or buying a soda from an interactive vending machine in 2014, the experience is what keeps customers coming back for more. Read More

On the Radar Splice Machine: Bringing Operational Distributed SQL Transaction Processing to Hadoop

  • Source: Ovum
  • Written By:
  • Published: January 15 2015
Online transaction processing relies on distributed data stores, and idustry segments such as digital marketing are generating an increased demand for transaction processing. Splice Machine is a new-generation online, distributed platform deployed on Hadoop. It draws on the scalability of an existing platform to leverage a rapidly growing skills base. So it can handle the high volume of processing required for interactive online transactions.

This product analysis reviews a transactional database that is competing in an emerging market for distributed online transaction processing, currently populated by NewSQL and NoSQL start-ups. Splice Machine is helping to transform Hadoop from an analytic to an operational platform. Read More

You may also be interested in these related documents:

Configuration Guide: Managing Virtual Servers Using a Virtual Machine Manager and a Clustered File System

Virtual data centers must enable increased physical server use and central management of virtual machine infrastructure. A clustered file system, with a virtual machine manager (VMM), can add critical new management and migration capability to current virtual servers. Before installing and configuring VMM, find out the hardware and software required for migration and integration, and helpful “how-to” pointers. Read More

How Does Your Partner Lead Machine Stack Up? 12 Tips for Lead Management Success

Channel partners are money-making sales and service arms for any vendor. Supporting partner leads can increase sales in difficult-to-reach markets, and expand customer bases in existing sectors as well. Greater revenues and larger market shares are vital to survival in today’s business world, but some simple tips can help maximize lead generation and open the door to closing more sales. Read More

Creating Innovation Breakthroughs in Industrial Equipment Manufacturing and Machine Assembly

Industrial equipment manufacturers have historically embraced shop floor improvements as a way of increasing efficiency and maintaining profitability. But in today’s radically altered industrial environment, there is a clear imperative to look beyond the shop floor. To hold down costs and compete against other low-cost companies, manufacturers must find areas of improvement in all aspects of business. Read More
 
comments powered by Disqus