With its existing technology infrastructure, Sysmex was unable to turn connected product data from its medical equipment into meaningful business value and deliver the value-added services that it needed to stay ahead in the market.
Sysmex is no stranger to innovating connected product solutions; the medical device manufacturer first implemented remote monitoring in 2005. To retain its leadership position in an intensely competitive market, Sysmex has committed to continually innovate and invest in its entire existing technology infrastructure.
The pursuit for IoT innovation led Sysmex to adopt ThingWorx. The industrial IoT platform greatly expanded the availability of product data, enabling transformative connected solutions that were previously beyond reach. Download this case study to learn the steps Sysmex took to move beyond incremental connected improvements, and how it reshaped its entire business model around continuous IoT innovation.
- Captured a greater share of consumables sales via automated reordering
- Realized greater revenues by monitoring equipment for contract usage adherence
- Reduced service costs through remote monitoring and condition-based maintenance
Improved revenues and reduced costs through connected product monitoring: