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Deloitte today announced that it will work with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE), a move that will ensure they deliver top IoT services and offerings to the market. As a matter of fact, Deloitte will be entrusted with the provision of consulting services in line with the associated offerings such as IoT and cybersecurity. This provider has many years of experience in leading business transformations, implementation of managed services as well as in the development of technology strategies.

According to Prnewswire.com, the two business leaders are committed to help industrial customers monitor their machine assets. Technology and services from HPE will be important since they will help customers in a big way. It will be possible to compute and analyze conditions and performance data. This top solution produces predictive maintenance analytics and thus it is easy to identify machine failures. As a result, businesses reduce unplanned downtime, improve productivity and lower costs.

By working together, the two business giants will achieve a lot. The senior vice president for global sales working with HPE, Olivier Suinat while speaking to a number of top news reporters said, “By working with Deloitte, and utilizing our Edgeline Converged Edge Systems, we can simplify the process of analysis, storage and connectivity, generating insights in real time — right at the edge. Customers can get the data they need, when they need it, to take action faster than ever before.”

Some trusted sources indicate that Deloitte and HPE intend to leverage on the power of IoT towards increasing the in-store conversation rates for retail locations and improve customer experience.

Using targeted intelligence including wayfinding, automated checkouts, real-time offers and digital signage, stores can monetize their data and understand their customers much better. Retailers using IoT improve overall operational efficiency, enhance the in-store customer experience and free up in-store resources.

The location-aware technology that comes with Smart Venue helps revamp conference centers and stadiums. Smart venue helps increase revenue for venue owners and stakeholders in addition to enhancing the overall experience. The two businesses are looking forward to boost their business revenues in future.

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