Intel and Accenture IoT Ecosystem Collaboration – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 458

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Scott Harrison, Global Account Director for the Solution Provider Organization at Intel and Andrew Hopkins, Managing Director – Accenture Mobility, Internet of Things join us on Chip Chat to discuss how Intel and Accenture collaborate to drive adoption and scale of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and services. Andrew highlights the long-standing history between Intel and Accenture emphasizing the potential for IoT to dramatically impact every industry and the opportunity for Intel and Accenture to drive ecosystem collaboration to deliver the true value of IoT to enterprises. Scott discusses how Accenture’s strengths of customizing applications for different vertical markets, excellent solution integration, and business transformation create a quicker path to market driving greater adoption of Intel technologies as complete solutions in the IoT space. They describe several of the collaborative solutions that the two companies are showcasing, including a Connected Asset Management solution available for demonstration at the Hannover Messe world’s trade fair for industrial technology April 25-29th and invite attendees to join them in the Intel booth for more information.

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