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GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Analytics Lessons Learned
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cbabcock
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cbabcock,
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10/15/2013 | 3:53:30 AM
re: GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Analytics Lessons Learned
Each machine, each airplane or windmill turbine, will have its own life cycle, with GE constantly listening to its heartbeat. The better the doctor's stethoscope, the longer lived the patient.
Laurianne
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10/10/2013 | 7:04:34 PM
re: GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Analytics Lessons Learned
The parallel is there with auto makers also becoming companies that sell software. New talent required in both cases.
RobPreston
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10/10/2013 | 2:04:15 PM
re: GE CEO Jeff Immelt's Analytics Lessons Learned
GE, on a grand scale, embodies the future of manufacturing as it moves from a product to an ongoing service business model, with data analytics at the center. Auto makers will move in the same direction.


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