What’s old is new again.
Over two centuries ago, the bricks-and-mortar factory was the primary platform that launched the Industrial Revolution. So it is with digital technology, which promises as much, if not more, disruption.
Today’s new and evolving platforms are essentially comprised of well-defined architecture, governance and services and underpinned by the latest digital “tools” – social, mobile, cloud, Internet of Things and others.
Deere, among others, have established blueprints to build and deliver applications for specific industry problems. The platforms serve as a pool of reusable capabilities to achieve better business outcomes.
Deere & Co.
Through its MyJohnDeere platform, launched in 2012, the company helps agricultural producers consolidate management of equipment information, production data and other farm operations—and ultimately improve their bottom line.
Deere’s platform supports an ecosystem strategy that has enabled the company to establish new digital partnerships with bio-chemistry and agricultural hybridization leaders and to expand its role in the digitally-driven precision agriculture market.
Similar to other such platforms, MyJohnDeere is designed to be the blueprint to build, connect and deliver applications specific to industry problems.
Underpinned by a wave of digital technologies – including social, mobile, analytics, cloud, and the Internet of Things – the platform serves as a new blueprint for how companies build, connect, and deliver applications that address specific industry challenges.
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