Eseye, IoT connectivity solutions provider today announced a new Global Professional Services Organisation for IoT to guide customers from ideation and proof of concept, through the design, development, and deployment of global IoT solutions at scale.
By 2025, over 27.1 billion IoT devices are expected to be deployed globally. This accelerated growth is said to be in alignment with the firms findings – State of IoT Adoption research, undertaken in April 2021. Around 500 decision makers in the UK and US revealed their commitment to ramping up IoT investment, with 49% planning new projects in the next two to three years and 89% planning budget increases.
However, without an experienced technical team, project costs can quickly escalate into unanticipated risks which may ultimately threaten the project. Through its new Global Professional Services Organisation, Eseye’s team of solution architects and technical solution consultants have decided to support any IoT initiative to deliver to market on time and on budget, helping customers to realise their desired business outcomes from IoT.
The professional services team would lead customers through a proven methodology to define their appropriate IoT strategy to support the development of a solution that meets the goals of the business, the company said.
“Our new IoT service offerings are designed to take all that pain away and ensure these challenges are overcome so that projects are delivered to the market on time and don’t get derailed or delayed, or worse still, don’t realise the benefits or ROI specified at the outset,” says the newly appointed head Brian Casto.
Additionally, the company had also prioritised partnering with mobile network operators (MNOs), global system integrators and technology partners, to help enterprises overcome project obstacles.