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Internet of Things ( IoT)

Connect, transform, reimagine

SAP solutions for the Internet of Things provide everything you need to generate data-driven intelligence from connected things, people and devices. Connect your business with the new generation of Internet-enabled devices in the cloud, transform your existing business processes and reimagine your business and customer experience.

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Time to hyperconnect

Learn about the technological, economic, and social impacts of the hyperconnected economy.


More than 50 B things connected by 2020

Learn how SAP is making IoT real

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IoT for business

The Internet of Things is changing our personal lives. See how it will transform the enterprise world.

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Managing the Internet of Things revolution

The IoT connects people, machines, and things to enable bidirectional flow of information and enable real-time decisions. Companies need a strategy spanning product design, production, supply chain, field operations and marketing. Learn how to get started.

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The benefits of IoT: How to plug in

Companies are just starting to unlock the full potential of the Internet of Things. Explore some of the business benefits, priorities, and long-term strategies that IoT and machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies offer – in this infographic based on an August 2015 commissioned Forrester Consulting study conducted on behalf of SAP and Intel.

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SAP brings you the Internet of Things for business

This paper shares insights into IoT trends, opportunities, and technologies, and discusses how SAP solutions provide what’s needed to generate intelligence from connected things, people, and devices to optimise processes and operations.

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Explore the hottest Internet of Things topics


Operationalizing the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) and its supporting sensors, actuators, and analytics systems have received extraordinary attention recently. At the same time, it has the reignited the age-old debate between information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT).

IT/OT integration: tearing down walls

For decades, business processes and technical devices lived happily in two separate domains that were mostly bridged by smart people and manual processes. People used business information to control machines in the physical world.Sensors and devices signaled to humans to trigger business processes.

Where are the Use Cases for IoT in your Operations?

Read about some of the use cases being deployed and considered to achieve the top two priorities, increased productivity and improved customer service.


Run Simple with SAP Service and Support

Make sure your SAP solutions meet your business needs simply and seamlessly – with help from SAP Service and Support. Our 30,000+ consultants have unparalleled product knowledge, technology expertise, and experience across 25 distinct industries.

We’ve recently refined the way we engage with customers, to make it even easier for you to drive transformation and simplify your business. Whether you want to speed up implementation, move to the cloud, customise your solution, optimise IT, or do something completely different – the SAP Service and Support team is here to make it happen.


Develop an innovation road map specific to your business objectives

Use best practices, technology, and accelerators to adopt the right solution approach

Choose a premium engagement to tackle highly complex and risky scenarios


openSAP: How the IoT and smart services will change society

In this openSAP course, listen to expert views on the Internet of Things and how they will forever change society and transform businesses. The course is free and open for everyone.

What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

More than 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020. Not just smartphones and tablets, but almost anything with a sensor on it – coffee makers, cars, cattle, machines in production plants, jet engines, oil drills, wearable devices, and more. This network is called the Internet of Things (IoT). These “things” talk to each other, collect streaming data and insights, and can advise people about the best way to use them in real time.

IoT – and the machine-to-machine (M2M) technology behind it – is bringing a kind of “super visibility” to nearly every industry. Imagine utilities and telcos that can predict and prevent service outages, airlines that can remotely monitor and optimise plane performance, and healthcare organisations that can base treatment on real-time genome analysis. With IoT technologies and applications, the business possibilities are virtually endless.

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