“This survey is an opportunity to get direct feedback from both enterprises deploying IoT solutions and the service providers supporting them,” said Todd Day, vice president of business intelligence for James Brehm & Associates.
SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) December 02, 2020
James Brehm & Associates and floLive are launching a survey to learn more about how organizations around the world are using the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, edge computing and cellular connectivity to manage their business and service on a global basis.
The survey aims to help James Brehm & Associates better understand the management tools service providers and enterprises are using along with views, experiences, and needs of these organizations on topics related to simplifying deployment and management of remote devices and services.
No matter the driving factors, COVID-19, geopolitical uncertainty, socioeconomic instability, pure technology adoption, or other non-market factors, companies today are radically changing how they do business, and the IoT is a playing vital role in this digital transformation. “We at James Brehm & Associates are conducting a study alongside floLIVE to better understand how service providers and enterprises are enabling this transformation,” said Carl Ford, community developer for James Brehm & Associates.
At the end of the 10-minute survey, you will get the opportunity to:
- Request the full survey results
- Get a super-cool T-shirt
- Enter to win one of the three Logitech serious streaming webcams
- All responses will be kept confidential. You can only take the survey once.
- Questions marked with an asterisk (*) require a response.
To take this survey, click this link: Global IoT Connectivity Survey
“This survey is an opportunity to get direct feedback from both enterprises deploying IoT solutions and the service providers supporting them,” said Todd Day, vice president of business intelligence for James Brehm & Associates. “This valuable feedback is a critical step in ensuring the right tools are being developed and utilized to reduce the friction of massive IoT growth.”