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January 10, 2018  •  By Martin Green

How the IoT and predictive maintenance can save you money

Our recent webinar, conducted in partnership with Copperberg, digs deep into the benefits of IoT and predictive maintenance.

You’ve heard of the IoT, but have you explored its full potential for cutting costs? Our recent webinar, conducted in partnership with Copperberg, digs deep into the potential benefits.   

Imagine the boiler in your business facility was smart enough to send a message the second it detected a fault, allowing you to schedule an engineer for first thing in the morning.

Or what if you could use information from sensors to move away from periodic visits to predictive ones — and more importantly, use this knowledge to maximise site visits, improving SLA’s and reducing travel costs.

These are just a couple of many examples where the IoT can bring you benefits in productivity, efficiency and cost-cutting. And it’s this that we discussed, in detail, during our latest webinar.

You can watch the webinar below. In it, you’ll discover how our Connected Field Service solution offers the ability to detect and resolve issues remotely — allowing organisations to foresee issues before they become problems. It also features case studies of the technology at work in the real world, presented by my colleague Jonathan Scott.

To find out more about our Connected Field Service solution, take a look at our dedicated webpage.

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