AT&T IoT starter kits for solution providers

AT&T starter kit

New York, April 14, 2017: Telecom giant AT&T has launched a collection of Internet of Things (IoT) resources under it’s AT&T Partner Exchange programme, to help make it easier for solution providers to navigate the possibilities of IoT with their customers. The tools include “A Channel Executive’s Guide to IoT,” an IoT Readiness Assessment and the AT&T IoT Starter Kit.

According to a company press release, “A Channel Executive’s Guide to IoT” offers solution providers insight into current and emerging trends and guidance on how to prepare their own IoT strategy. It outlines IoT building blocks, success stories and resources available to help them succeed.

“IoT is already connecting manufacturing equipment, health monitors, vehicle fleets and much more to the internet,” said Sue Galvanek, Vice-president, Marketing, Pricing and Product Solutions, AT&T Partner Exchange. “Last year, AT&T Partner Exchange launched our IoT platform, AT&T Control Center, to the channel. We’re building on that success by bringing the right blend of products, tools and resources to help solution providers unlock the full potential of IoT.”

AT&T Partner Exchange has collaborated with Infusion Partners, LLC to create the IoT Readiness Assessment to help solution providers understand where to begin when developing an IoT offering. The survey evaluates a solution providers’ market focus, investment level, offer strategy and business plan to assess their IoT readiness and identify potential areas for IoT growth.

The AT&T IoT Starter Kit is available to AT&T Partner Exchange solution providers and offers them hands-on experience to rapidly prototype their own IoT solution. The all-in-one kit comes ready with the tools and services to trial new offers to meet customer needs.

All of these resources are available on a new IoT Website where AT&T Partner Exchange solution providers can explore their IoT journey.

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