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The perfect match

Today we live in an interconnected world where people, objects, companies, and devices stream information constantly across the Internet. The emergence of Internet of Things (IoT) helps connect people, data, processes and physical things. Machine and device sensors aren't new but devices with their own IP addresses and 24/7 feedback are. IoT, the new industrial revolution, offers an unprecedented amount of objective data on products and how they are used.

Along with IoT, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is also ushering in a new era of interconnectedness within the enterprise. By extending the realm of connectivity beyond mere manual and computer-led interventions, it aims to make inter-device connectivity a reality. Though it is still in the infancy stage, it promises to be as big (or bigger) as the Internet revolution of the 90s.

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Rajeev Ranjan Rajeev Ranjan, Vice President and Service Offering Head – Manufacturing, Infosys

An IT industry veteran with a career spanning more than 20 years, Rajeev has successfully served in senior leadership roles, overseeing critical aspects of the business. For the last 16 years, he has led various business and operational units in the manufacturing (including hi-tech, discrete, automotive, process, and resources) industry segment at Infosys.

Rajeev has been instrumental in building multi-tier client relationships that span business lines and geographies, and implementing governance structures that can effectively manage services across ADM, infrastructure, ERP implementations, business consulting, and transformation.

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