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What is Watson IoT Accelerated Value Program?

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What is Watson IoT Accelerated Value Program?

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You can find an index of my blogs here: http://ibm.biz/BdiufF

Watson IoT Accelerated Value Program           

                        

Welcome to my first blog. I'm Benoit Cotnoir and I'm part of Watson IoT Accelerated Value Program (AVP) team and I work as Accelerated Value Leader (AVL) for Maximo / Tririga. In this first blog I want to talk about our service and what AVP can do to help.

 

Clients delay or postpone their upgrades for a variety of reasons including skills gaps, the risk factor, or simply finding the time to start the process. IBM Accelerated Value Program can help.

 

Partner with the IBM Accelerated Value Program (AVP)

 

Accelerated Value Program (AVP) delivers ongoing essential lifecycle services designed to provide reliable continuous deployments and guidance on evolving best practices throughout the lifecycle.

 

A value-added technical advisory service that delivers an enhanced and personalized support experience.

Our team of experts delivers a combination of services that help clients excel with new product adoption, assistance with upgrades and migration readiness, and troubleshooting.

  • Reduce frustration and wasted time by providing expert advice and services to optimize the IT environment
  • Quickly resolve issues, improve IT skills, fine tune system performance, and plan for future needs
  • Reduce time and effort to deploy IBM software, improving time to value and ROI

 

AVP is everywhere and for all Industries

For additional information please contact:

iotavpww@us.ibm.com

David G Stein AVP IoT Delivery Manager | steind@us.ibm.com

Learn more at ibm.com/software/support/acceleratedvalue

 

 

 

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