IoT: Recreating the Capital Markets Ecosystem
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IoT: Recreating the Capital Markets Ecosystem

By Capital Markets CIO Outlook | Wednesday, July 31, 2019

A digitalized future of capital markets is no longer a science fiction with the introduction of IoT.  

FREMONT, CA: IoT is prepared to alter the world, it brings individuals, locations, and stuff together, and it is revolutionizing capital markets along with other sectors such as manufacturing, retail, and medical. More than 50 billion devices are expected to be connected by 2020, with IoT revenue projected to cross $3 trillion the same year. This fast IoT adoption carries with it, a new set of problems that raise questions about where and how to use this equipment. But first, understanding the functionality of IoT and its consequences on everyday investment and financing elements are essential.

IoT's real-time information flow will result in high-frequency trading and micro-investment, thereby minimizing risk factors associated with capital markets investment. As stock market fluctuations will be streamlined, this is a big plus for capital markets. A future enabled by IoT will create more cash for everyone.

The Internet of Payments (IoP) space is an attractive prospect not only for developers of software and hardware but also for banks and other fintech businesses that can assist drive innovation in payment space by using NFC chips, payment applications, sensors, monitoring devices, etc.

Coming to the size of the organization size, the bigger enterprises are anticipated to carry a bigger IoT in the banking and financial services market size, as they need IoT services to guarantee the smooth functioning of their company activities as well as to decrease operating costs and improve customer satisfaction. Large companies always prioritize their safety of software, which provides an advantage over the other IoT alternatives to the safety solution.

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IoT is transforming the way the physical environment interacts with companies, government, and consumers. The capacity to track and handle items electronically enables data-driven decision-making to be brought into new domains of human activity, optimizing system, and process efficiency, saving time for individuals and companies, and enhancing the quality of life.

Few IoT Companies:Assess IoT , Borqs , Carnegie technologies

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