What we do
Strategy of Things helps businesses and enterprises innovate for a hyperconnected world.
We are transformation management consultants advising solution creators and users
on people, business, strategy, technology and innovation.
We team with you through our rapid innovation processes to create solutions and services. We integrate
transformational enablers like the Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, cloud, data science and strategy
to create sustainable value for you and your customers.
We offer an integrated portfolio of services – innovation lab, consulting, research and execution,
to deliver the innovations that matter to you and your customers.
Consistently. Faster. Smarter. With Less Risk.
Where we help
Disruption is the new normal
Your business and customers are being disrupted in a hyper-connected world.
New technologies disrupt business models, customer experiences and service delivery.
The speed and frequency of disruption is outpacing your capabilities and competitive advantages.
Innovation is not an option
Innovating is hard.
Innovating the right things is harder.
Innovating the right things fast and frequently is hardest.
Data accelerates disruption
IoT creates new data.
New skills and strategies are needed.
Digital transformation of your business is mandatory.
We start with problems and pain points, not technology
We use Design Thinking methodologies to get to the right problems and its root causes. We use our
Innovation of Things lean approach to innovate the right solutions to solve those problems.
We create insight, but innovate with foresight
We combine extensive real world experience, industry knowledge, deep technology expertise, and data with
our strategy and future vision approach to disrupt and create new markets.
We assume nothing, and validate everything
Not all innovations succeed. We incorporate constant experimentation, testing, user validation
and data analysis as an integral part of our approach to create successful innovations consistently.
We do it with you, not for you
We believe how you team is as important as who you team with. Throughout the innovation process, we integrate
with your teams and work side by side to drive mutual success.
Our Areas of Focus
Industrial IoT (IIoT) is not the same as IoT. Industrial IoT, a subset of the larger IoT, focuses on the specialized requirements of industrial applications, such as manufacturing, oil and gas, and utilities. Although IoT and IIoT share common technologies (sensors, cloud platforms, connectivity, and analytics), the similarities end there.
This article highlights key differences that product managers and buyers must know when planning industrial IoT solutions.
In mid-October 2017, Cisco announced the launch of its Aironet Developer Platform (ADP), a third-party development platform based on the Aironet 3800 series access points (AP). While there was no mention of IoT in the announcement, this is a stealth IoT opportunity for software developers in Cisco’s DevNet community.
This article provides a brief assessment of the Cisco ADP program, and offers some recommendations for its implementation.
Most IoT applications are based on a cloud centric architecture. Data collected from sensors and devices are sent to a gateway, which then transfers it to a cloud based IoT platform. For a growing set of IoT applications, including those that are mission critical, latency sensitive, or with high reliability needs, a new architecture is needed. An edge based architecture, with processing performed at the device, or in a gateway near the devices, is now emerging. This article provides an overview of edge or fog computing, and lists some common use cases.
We recognize that your needs are unique to your organization, market and customer base.
Please contact us today for a free consultation of your needs and how we can help.