Well Done Is Better Than Well Said

GE IPThe risk of marketing is that it is all talk and no action. Customers who connect with us look to us to not only share the journey, but also help them get there. They expect what I call a high “say/do ratio.”

If you recently received an email from us or visited our website you were introduced to the Industrial Internet. By powering solutions that connect machines, data and insights, and people, the Industrial Internet can dramatically improve companies’ productivity and efficiency.  Our customers get the vision, the story. Where they want help is in making the power of the Industrial Internet real. As Benjamin Franklin put it, "Well done is better than well said.”

The Industrial Internet is real. We see the Industrial Internet already delivering value to our customers. Here are a few examples:

  • Improved asset performance, typically enabled by fleet-level intelligence and improved insight delivered anytime, anywhere on any device. Data connectivity allows for advanced analytics and diagnostics to improve asset health and reduce unplanned downtime.
  • New service models enabled by real-time and near-real-time operational intelligence. With the right information at hand, companies are making better decisions and taking action immediately for improved performance.
  • Shorter issue resolution cycles. Faster issue visibility and the ability to predict future issues in advanced applications before they happen, driving proactive strategies instead of reactive ones.

Translate these successes to your operations.

Now’s the time to take advantage of connections between your machines, data and insights, and people to drive real results. Companies that do this will be positioned to achieve their goals. Companies that don’t will be left behind.

We will stand behind our words at our User Summit this October when we showcase ways for customers to join the Industrial Internet and make it real for themselves. Join us and hear how.

We believe in “well done.” And our customers expect it. Let us prove it to you.

Renee Armstrong

Always willing to try new things in marketing, Renee is “connecting” via collaborative technologies every day. Look for Renee on Twitter @ReneeKArmstrong and follow her tweets about the Industrial Internet and how it is changing the industry today.

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