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We’ve discussed how crowded the overall Internet of Things (IoT) market is, but the ultimate value in IoT lies in IoT applications. However, IoT applications require a strong technology base in order to be successful; hardware, other software platforms and software analytics, and connectivity are all important pieces to the IoT applications puzzle.
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is a tricky thing; customers aren’t necessarily looking to buy “IoT technology” but are instead searching for solutions that can help them achieve a specific business goal, such as supply chain efficiency or cost savings. That’s why IoT vendors need to not only have a good handle on the other players in their space, but on the ways they and their competition are framing their individual IoT solutions. It’s not enough to talk about the IoT market; vendors must frame their solution in a business value context in order to connect with their customer base.
Organizations rely on SaaS and SaaS applications to introduce new capabilities to the business, accelerate time to value, and efficiently provide mobile workers with ubiquitous access to applications and information. IDC recently completed its world-wide survey of 3000 SaaS buyers, spanning 14 countries and several dozen industries. This survey product, known as IDC’s SaaSPath, is designed to: