AI for the Enterprise

Anticipate and preempt disruptions: The increasing cost of system failure

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When systems fail there are serious consequences. Outages not only leave customers dissatisfied, but they cost companies millions of dollars in lost revenue. With 62% of customers considering switching to a competitor after 1-2 bad experiences, and with the average cost of data center downtime on the rise, professionals need the tools to anticipate and preempt risks.

Such preemptions are especially important when customer’s dependence on business is tied directly to the smooth operation of complicated systems. Consider the cost accrued when systems go down.

 

See how KONE is using Watson to mitigate risk

 

With Watson, professionals can constantly monitor the condition of the systems that power our business. Not only can Watson identify smaller issues before they become bigger ones, AI can predict where new problems will arise—and make sure they don’t.

See the systems Watson integrates with – seamlessly

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