When does being connected (IoT) create business benefits? How can a product owner make use of all the opportunities generated by new technology? Are the product and customer experience improved, and is that enough? Or can new business models be created and new markets conquered?
“It doesn’t start with the product or the Internet, it starts with the end user and their needs,” says Magnus Karlsson, Director Advisory Services, Cybercom. “We are very pleased to present our customer SVP Worldwide’s new top-of-the-line embroidery sewing machine, with internet connection as one of its most important features.”
We look forward to welcoming you to Cybercom’s stand, 5J51, in Hall 5 at the MWC on February 22-25, where we will present the HUSQVARNA VIKING® DESIGNER EPIC® Made for Sewers, by Sewers™ innovative sewing machine, and the concept behind the success.
“SVP Worldwide is the world's largest manufacturer of home sewing machines. Its HUSQVARNA VIKING® DESIGNER EPIC® is the first sewing and embroidery machine connected to the Internet. It has a tablet-like display, WiFi and many innovative features. The WiFi functionality allows the owner to store embroidery in a cloud service, and information can be sent directly to the machine and the customer. The machine software can be updated automatically. It’s a success,” says Manne Alzén, Client Account Manager, Cybercom.
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona 22-25 February 2016
Cybercom will demo successful IoT client cases and present connectivity offerings focusing on:
· Advisory Services
· Managed Cloud Services
· Secure Connectivity
· Cybercom blueGO
· Xfocus (Customer Experience Management)
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For further information, please contact:
Magnus Karlsson, Director Advisory Services, Cybercom +46 70 188 88 51
Manne Alzén, Client Account Manager, Cybercom +46 72 501 68 37
Kristina Cato, Head of Communications, Cybercom +46 708 64 47 02