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17 most powerful internet of things companies 2016

Brandon Butler with updates from Christina Mercer | June 24, 2016
Billions of connected devices means billions in revenue for these companies.

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16. Salesforce

17 most powerful Internet of Things companies: Salesforce

Salesforce says that the IoT presents a new opportunity for marketers to glean deeper insights into their prospects and customers.

Connected devices allow chief marketing officers (CMOs) to learn how their products are being evaluated and used, what stage of the process the prospects are in and potentially what factors influence buying behaviour. Salesforce.com says IoT is not just about connected machines; it's about connected products and marketing, too.

17. Qualcomm

17 most powerful Internet of Things companies: Qualcomm

Qualcomm helped create AllJoyn, an open source IoT framework for connecting devices that is now managed by the Linux Foundation. While there are many efforts to enable devices to connect to the Internet, Qualcomm says that having a common open source standard protocol, such as AllJoyn, for uniting those devices is important.

Qualcomm has focus on automotive, wearables, healthcare and education.

Source: Computerworld UK 

 

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