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151 Advisors Ranked One Of The Top IoT Consulting Firms In The World

151 Advisors was ranked one of the top IoT Consulting Firms in the world, coming in second behind Accenture. During the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Steve Brumer, a partner at 151 Advisors, spoke with RCR Wireless News about the history and strategy behind 151 Advisors’ success.

151 Advisors develops IoT strategies for technology companies. We help companies monetize, sell, position, and distribute their IoT products — but what sets 151 Advisors apart from other IoT consulting firms that we help M2M/IoT companies actually execute these strategies. Our successes come from following our strategies with our clients through to execution. At 151 Advisors, we believe that the future growth of the IoT industry is in Wearable technology for enterprise companies in the B2B space. 151 Advisors focuses on the enterprise level and less on the consumer level in areas such as health, and vertical markets like transportation and field service. 151 Advisors looks at products that can help these companies be more productive and efficient with more hands-free operations. Wearables at the enterprise level are more sellable and there are more opportunities than trying to find another Fitbit or Smart Watch opportunity for the consumer. The enterprise ecosystem that already exists is looking for new and exciting things to be able to be more productive. For example, mHealth is the mobile health practice of using mobile and wireless devices in medical care. In this field, medical practitioners wouldn’t have to carry a tablet around with

At 151 Advisors, we believe that the future growth of the IoT industry is in wearable technology for enterprise companies in the B2B space. 151 Advisors focuses on the enterprise level and less on the consumer level in areas such as health, and vertical markets like transportation and field service. We look at products that can help these companies be more productive and efficient with more hands-free operations. Wearables at the enterprise level are more sellable and there are more opportunities than trying to find another Fitbit or SmartWatch opportunity for the consumer. The enterprise ecosystem that already exists is looking for new and exciting things to be able to be more productive. For example, mHealth is the mobile health practice of using mobile and wireless devices in medical care. In this field, medical practitioners wouldn’t have to carry a tablet around with them but would have tablet capabilities on their arm through wearable technology. The medical practitioners would then be hands-free to assess their patients. The software doesn’t have to change — the platform has to change.