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LiveWorx 2017

Adapting Your Product Designs for a Connected World

Session Description

Many organizations strive to enter the smart connect product market and aren’t sure how to start. In this session you’ll hear two connected device stories from Welch Allyn, a leading global manufacturer of medical devices. David Kellner, Senior Manager of Mechanical Engineering, will share how Welch Allyn set new entry stakes in a mature market segment to stimulate growth and frustrate competition. Leveraging connectivity, they established a new market. You’ll also learn how Welch Allyn continues to incubate and bring new products to market and provide immediate business value to the organization—And their patients!


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Additional Information
Smart Connected Product Design
IoT
Learn how integrating connectivity can stimulate new growth in a mature product segment.
Uncover how a connectivity strategy can create an opportunity for a new product where there wasn’t one.
Learn why gaining deeper knowledge of your customers allows you to outperform the competition.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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