Oracle this week demonstrated new capabilities for its Internet of Things technology, which businesses can use to better manage their field equipment and assets as well as improve customer service performed by field technicians. Customers using the new capabilities have reported being able to deploy IoT into their workflows two to three times faster than before, according to Oracle executives who presented to a roomful of journalists at company headquarters in Redwood City, California.
Oracle IoT Cloud Service lets operations managers monitor equipment and line status remotely.
Oracle is embedding IoT and data analytics technology into specific business applications running business operation workflows, such as those of Oracle CX Cloud (which includes sales, marketing, and customer service applications) and Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud (which addresses issues in factory maintenance).
Oracle’s IoT applications portfolio includes Oracle Cloud-based IoT asset monitoring, production monitoring, connected workers, and fleet monitoring applications. Read the complete article here.
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