5 Ways IoT Is Reinventing Businesses Today

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Thanks to IoT, businesses can now not only manufacture products but also offer ongoing services to monitor the performance of their products. It's an exciting time for connected devices and one that nearly every industry can take part in and benefit from. How are you using IoT to your advantage? If you don't have a clear answer, it's time to come up with a plan. At FL COMPUTER TECH, we have the tools and industry experts to help you connect your devices. Contact us today to learn more.

In a recent survey of business executives, 45% report IoT has helped boost profits by 1% to 5%, and another 41% say the impact has boosted them by 5% to 15% annually. That’s a huge increase to profit with a simple integration. Except integrating IoT isn’t always simple.

At FL COMPUTER TECH, we have years of experience helping businesses just like yours to plan, implement, and optimize their connected devices. We can help you to do the same. Contact us to learn more.

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Michael Duff is the CEO for FL Computer Tech. His latest endeavors have incorporated voice technology and Artificial Intelligence for Amazon and Google. When he is not in an office he enjoys world travel while living a Digital Nomad’s lifestyle, always on the lookout for a new Startup opportunity.

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