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Architecting the Industrial Internet by Carla Romano, Robert Stackowiak, Shyam Nath

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Scope definition

The scope for the POC must be clearly defined and agreed upon. The success and eventual acceptance of the IIoT solution is not only dependent on the technology, but on how well the solution fulfills the business goals. Therefore, the business viewpoint is the predominant factor in defining the scope. The PoC should focus on demonstrating the business value, not necessarily the technology itself. In the early stage of defining the scope, stakeholders and managers from all viewpoints bring their concerns and desired business outcome and agree to a few ideas or use cases. Formal evaluation methods, such as score carding, can be utilized to develop more detail. The use cases can then be refined to formulate the high-level requirements ...

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