An IoT Transformation: Bell and Howell

McKinsey predicts the economic impact of IoT will reach $11.1 trillion a year by 2025. To maximize this opportunity, organizations are significantly changing their current business models to incorporate IoT technology. Whether your organization wants to improve manufacturing processes, product testing and quality control, or enhance customer experience, IoT can help you achieve your goals.

In this live stream, PTC’s EVP of ThingWorx Platform, Mike Campbell, will sit down with Bell and Howell’s CEO, Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan, to discuss how Bell and Howell is utilizing IoT technology to enhance their industry-leading service organization. They are currently using IoT-enabled services for the PackRobot automated parcel terminal, currently deployed in the retail industry as Walmart’s Pickup Tower. The Pickup Tower offers Walmart customers fast and easy in-store pickup for products ordered on By leveraging IoT through the ThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform, Bell and Howell reduces equipment downtime, improves first time fix and increases overall performance for their Pickup Towers. This is a crucial first step Bell and Howell is taking to offer IoT-enabled services to their entire product portfolio.

Bell and Howell is committed to innovation and creating next-generation solutions. Join us to learn more about their IoT journey and how you too can leverage the power of IoT for your business.



Ramesh Lakshmi-Ratan, CEO, Bell and Howell


Mike Campbell, Executive Vice President, Augmented Reality Products, PTC