Look around. 2020 has illustrated the resiliency and innovation of many companies. We have seen a transformation of the "typical" business model. Organisations in every industry are rethinking how they provide products and services and are asking key questions: How do I connect with my customers? How do I take my product to my customer versus bringing my customer to my product? How can I provide services in new ways to help keep individuals safe?
Leveraging connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) enables organisations to reach customers in their homes - or where ever they are. During this webinar, we'll share how organisations are implementing IoT solutions to modify their traditional product approach to deliver quality products to the market. We'll be joined by a leading connected health organisation who will share how they developed and deployed IoT enabled products to transform their business and positively impact the lives of their customers.
Following the webinar with Protiviti and KORE, you will be able to:
- Discuss how organisations are using IoT to adapt and innovate products and services
- Explain the key aspects of deploying and implementing IoT devices
- Identify the risks, security considerations, ongoing support and life cycle management aspects of leveraging connected devices
- Describe how design thinking can help uncover ideas and new ways to reach customers and provide services
Keri Leone has over 20 years of experience in the chronic disease management of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. She has held clinical management roles in diabetes pharmaceutical and the medical device industry. Keri has over 14 years of experience in building, growing and leading an international commercial clinical and medical science team at Dexcom, Inc. She currently leads strategic domestic and international medical science and education initiatives for continuous glucose monitoring and managing a team of Medical Science Liaisons focusing on clinical, scientific and real world evidence study development and execution.
Keri continues to maintain clinical credentials as a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator and holds a Masters Degree in Nutrition & Health Education. She is a national and international speaker and subject matter expert on diabetes technology and application of continuous glucose management in clinical practise. Her specialties include diabetes medical device clinical education and public speaking, cardiovascular disease and chronic disease management, specialising in intensive diabetes management and the incorporation of technology for medical and clinical therapy optimisation.