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Mnubo Wins ‘IoT Analytics Solution of the Year’ Award for Driving Business Outcomes Through IoT Insights

Brad Russell, Research Director at Parks Associates, a leading IoT research and consulting company observes, “While the IoT industry has many far-reaching goals for the use of data, astute manufacturers are working with IoT data experts such as Mnubo to find immediate, quantifiable value in leveraging device data to cut operational costs and optimize device performance.” Russell adds, “Consumers are warming to share data under the right circumstances: 40% of broadband households are willing to share data with manufacturers to update and improve the product or monitor it, to notify the user of any issues.”

From the press release "Mnubo Wins ‘IoT Analytics Solution of the Year’ Award for Driving Business Outcomes Through IoT Insights."

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