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June 12, 2017
Wondering what the future hold in terms of technology? According to Bob De Lange, for Caterpillar and its products, the possibilities are endless.
“As more customers adopt digital technology, get connected and value big data, we can provide even greater value,” said De Lange, Caterpillar’s Construction Industries Group President. “Helping our customers be more successful with our products and services has been the cornerstone of Caterpillar for nearly 100 years, and will continue that tradition for the next 100.”
In fact, Caterpillar’s customers are really driving what’s next. As their businesses continue to grow and attitudes toward digital technology continue to evolve, Caterpillar will be right there with them—with the products and services to help them be successful like Cat® Connect Technology and Services.
Cat Connect gives our customers a simplified approach to adopting construction technologies and services for all of the assets on their jobsite—not just Cat-branded products. It allows them to monitor, manage and enhance their operations, taking greater control of their jobsites. And it’s really in the “monitor, manage and enhance the operations” that Cat Connect can help articulate the value of “beyond the iron.”
Read this exciting interview with De Lange and John Carpenter, Construction Digital and Technology Manager to find out more about how the company is equipping its customers to make data-driven decisions faster, resulting in more accurate, safer and efficient operations.
About InterBusiness Issues: The June 2017 Issue is all about infrastructure. It includes this feature story about how Caterpillar is bringing together Dirt & Digital Technologies… and, by doing so, helping to share the construction site of the future.
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