Apr 13, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Objectively speaking, although it is called the Industrial Internet, in terms of the status of both parties, it is a process of two-way selection—that is, the Internet chooses the industry, and the industry also chooses the Internet. Both sides have reasons to act. For the industry, in order to reduce costs and increase efficiency, it must be supplemented by data-based and intelligent models and means to achieve internal optimization and upgrading, and use technological means to open up the upstream and downstream supply chains to achieve full control of the industrial chain; As for the Internet, its demand for the industry is needless to say, the second half of the Internet itself is the TO B market. Therefore, this leads to a rather characteristic phenomenon, the head effect. The head effect here refers to the pioneers of the industry telemarketing list and the Internet. For the Internet, it is giants such as BATJ; and for the industry, it is the retail and catering industries. Although the two sides are different from enterprises and industries, they belong to the same latitude. Such a head-start effect can effectively drive the development of the industrial Internet. From the perspective of the development trajectory, it is slightly the same as the early stage of the mobile Internet, except that at that time, consumers and enterprises stood at the two ends, but now they have become enterprises and industries. The information density is different, and the points that need to be marked are naturally different. Participating in the interaction constitutes a new closed loop. Trend 6: Emphasis on model, capital, and industry There is no doubt about this, but it has to be mentioned that in this round of the Internet tide, "heavy" will become a recognized model. If you have to define the Industrial Internet, it is: a heavily vertical industry upgrade model. Taking Xiaoxiong urent as an example, this enterprise focusing on the IT leasing model has become a typical player in the industrial Internet on the leasing track. First, it is backed by Lingxiong Group, which has many years of leasing experience; secondly, it has received four rounds of financing just one year after its launch. The specific business line is: in the upstream it has its own IT manufacturing and recycling manufacturers, and most of the Internet companies have also become its customers. The risk control system is established, and the downstream directly connects with regional consumers. It is not difficult to see that any company that wants to become a leader in the industrial Internet must have a very important model. First of all, the most basic point is to have the ability to cover the entire industry chain.