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Consumer durables are getting increasingly connected with the leverage of the Internet of Things.

Some examples are highlighted below:

https://www.whirlpool.com/content/whirlpool/en_us/home-innovations/connected-appliances.html

http://www.geappliances.com/ge/connected-appliances/washer-dryer-laundry.htm

http://www.samsung.com/uk/laundry/washer-wf12f9e6p4w/

 

This session will force audience members into a rethinking mode when it comes to being a modern-day consumer durable manufacturer along with the lines of the following:

  • Impact of the digital economy
  • Working with digital appliances, tools, and other household machines
  • What is the digital appliance lifecycle?
  • How do you create digital appliances with the leverage of a digital factory?
  • Digital workers
  • Digital infrastructure and operations

 

If you are a manufacturer, service provider, supplier, distributor, operator or any manner of practitioner in the consumer durable space, you do not want to miss this session at SAPPHIRENOW 2017 to study the oncoming impact of the digital revolution opening up potentially new ways of doing business with your consumers, at scale leveraging digital paradigms of a full-fledged digital economy.

 

Catch you are SAPPHIREHOW2017!

 

About Pushkar Ranjan (LinkedIn)

Pushkar works as part of the Global SAP Leonardo for the Internet of Things Go-To-Market team at SAP doing sales, marketing, business development, sales enablement, and community engagement with prospects, customers, partners and developer ecosystems for the Internet of Things.

Pushkar has worked with SAP for more than 16 years across disciplines of product management, strategy consulting and operations management in areas of customer engagement, enterprise performance management, and the manufacturing industry. Pushkar has academic degrees of a Master’s in Business Administration from the Indian Institute of Management with a focus in the areas of Information Systems, Strategy, and Marketing. Prior to that, he received a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science from the Birla Institute of Technology. Pushkar has also completed a design thinking course at Stanford as part of his work at SAP and states that he is a student for life.

Pushkar loves to spend time with his family and in his spare time likes to read professional, academic and other literature and yes, he does suffer from the problem of buying more books than he can read. Music on vinyl is another passion. You will find him volunteering for and engaging with the Black Rock City Arts Foundation community and projects from time to time.

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