Analyst Perspective: Establishing a Baseline for Enterprise IoT Readiness

///Analyst Perspective: Establishing a Baseline for Enterprise IoT Readiness

Analyst Perspective: Establishing a Baseline for Enterprise IoT Readiness

Publication date: June 2018

This report assesses the pulse of businesses relative to what enterprises understand about IoT, creating a baseline for enterprise IoT readiness and willingness to engage in IoT deployments over the next several years.



  • Andrew Hartwyk joined as Senior Research Director to AOTMP’s Research and Advisory practice in 2017 following a role as advisor and Vice President of Strategy with Mobile reCell, a fast-growing innovator in mobile asset recovery software for complex enterprise asset management solutions. Andrew became a mobility and telecom management evangelist through working with MOBI Wireless Management in a variety of roles, from operational to sales, culminating with solution architect, putting him on the front lines working with enterprises striving to manage their evolving mobile environments. At MOBI, Andrew executed the deployment of complex mobile management programs across the globe, leading enterprises through the early adoption of BYOD, EMM/MDM/UEM, and M2M/IoT at scale. Andrew is a frequent presenter on enterprise mobility topics, delivering keynote presentations on enterprise mobile best practices at the 2016 HDI Summit, AirWatch Connect 2016, and several case study presentations at more than a dozen enterprise technology conferences.

  • Kelly authors many of AOTMP Research’s reports, from Analyst Perspectives and Market Landscapes to vendor whitepapers, Anatomy of a Decision insights and more. Thanks to a background diverse in technology journalism, Kelly is able to write with versatility across AOTMP Research’s practice areas. This has cultivated a skillset that allows her to speak to the range of issues enterprises and vendors face amid the ever-changing telecom, mobility and IT management climate.

2018-05-31T12:49:43+00:00 May 18th, 2018|Categories: Published, Research Agenda|