Elekta: Saving Lives with Connected Service

Written By: David Lee
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • 10/4/2016
Recently PTC sat down with Daniel Kingham, Remote Services Program Director at Elekta. Elekta has been an early adopter of PTC and ServiceMax solutions going back nearly a decade. The discussion centered on how Elekta is in transition from a medical device company to a medical device and services company.

Recently, Elekta started an implementation of Connected Field Service with remote access. Like many companies, they are looking to offer more services to their clients for product maintenance. Their equipment is used at healthcare practitioner sites who primarily treat patients with cancer and brain disease. 

Mr. Kingham related to us how minimizing scheduled, and reducing unscheduled, downtimes is crucial to their growth plans. Elekta’s mandate is to provide world-class customer service while driving to their specific business results.

The case study focuses on the following:
  • Advancing Elekta’s Connected Service and Product Offerings
  • Competitive Advantage Through IoT
  • Promising Results
  • A Look Forward
To read the entire case study and learn how Elekta is using the IoT to advance their client service offerings and organization, read and download it from here.


Tags:
  • Industrial Internet of Things
  • Service & Parts

About the Author

David Lee

An experienced marketing professional with over 20 years of experience implementing and measuring creative marketing programs to reach targeted audiences. 

As part of the PTC Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) Software marketing team, he is currently working on managing, planning, creating and executing inbound and outbound marketing programs with global marketing teams.

Data driven with the ability to analyze and present data to support both strategic and manage tactical marketing campaigns, David is both a Strategist and Tactical Marketer who is able to monitor, synthesize data and information, and report on industry and marketing trends to present findings to a variety of audiences.