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3M, C3 IoT ink multi-year agreement

C3 IoT has inked a multi-year agreement with 3M. Under the terms of the agreement, 3M will use the C3 IoT Platform to develop and deploy AI-based applications – starting with predictive healthcare and supply chain analytics.

In addition to building on the C3 IoT Platform, 3M will customize and extend the functionality of pre-built SaaS applications in C3 IoT’s portfolio, including AI predictive maintenance, dynamic inventory optimization, fraud detection, and CRM.

C3 IoT and 3M will also establish a Center of Excellence to train 3M data scientists, developers, and business analysts to become implementers of the C3 IoT Platform, said the companies in a statement.

[Image courtesy: 3M]

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