enVista’s Technology Practice Leader David Eckel addresses the increasing importance of Internet of Things (IoT) in supply chain
enVista, a leading global software solutions and consulting firm headquartered in Carmel, Indiana, announces today that it has contributed thought leadership to the Indiana IoT Lab’s inaugural State of IoT Report. The near 100-page State of IoT report, comprised from a variety of contributors, focuses on the core economic pillars in Indiana representing manufacturing, logistics, and agriculture. The report evaluates the current state and challenges, examines the impact of IoT, and communicates how the Indiana IoT lab is working to change and adapt these lifeblood industries.
Included in the report is an article by David Eckel, enVista’s Technology Practice Leader, who addresses the role of IoT in relation to topics like predictive analytics, protecting cold chain, blockchain, asset tracking and smart shopping.
Eckel said, “IoT is truly changing the landscape across industries, but especially in the world of logistics and supply chain. Organizations have begun to realize the benefits of leveraging actionable data across their extended supply chains and are investing in new ways to collect information through the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT). enVista is helping companies in Indiana and beyond leverage the power of IIOT to drive greater business intelligence and results.”
The Indiana IoT Lab’s State of IoT report also includes a deep dive into the fundamental building blocks of IoT, such as machine learning, data and analytics, and cybersecurity. To download the State of IoT Report, visit www.thestateofiot.com.
IoT Consulting is part of enVista’s deep breadth of Enterprise & Technology Services which include, Microsoft Business Solutions, Business Intelligence, Managed IT, Cybersecurity, IT Strategy and Infrastructure.
To learn more about enVista’s services and solutions, visit www.envistacorp.com.
About Indiana IoT Lab
The Indiana IoT Lab opened in March 2018 in Fishers, Ind. as the first city-funded IoT lab in the Nation. It is now home to 17 companies, and through comprehensive IoT-related programming and education opportunities has hosted 50 events and more than 3,000 visitors in its first year.