By Kate BrannenPublished Apr 09, 2018 10:33:52In the past few months, GE Appliance has made significant inroads into the enterprise.
As the world’s largest appliance maker, it has built an extensive portfolio of products, and is one of the few big companies to have managed to find success in the world of industrial automation.
In the first quarter of 2018, GE said it had sold 4.3 million appliances, a 2.3 percent increase over the same period in 2017.
The company has a strong reputation for innovation, with its most recent appliance, the Appliance Dolly, an advanced, multi-function appliance designed for home, office, and retail.
In 2017, GE also reported a net profit of $1 billion.
The company has had a difficult few years in the market.
In 2016, it experienced a significant slowdown in shipments as customers moved to Amazon’s Amazon Web Services platform and the Chinese marketplace.
In 2017, it struggled to retain customers after it lost millions of dollars on the launch of its new electric appliance, GE Cloud.
GE Appliant has also been plagued by problems with its appliance production processes, and a massive recall of more than 7 million appliance units in the U.S. and Canada in 2019.
GE has been trying to rebuild its business in the wake of the massive recall, but the company has struggled to do so in a competitive market.
The GE Appliants recent move into the consumer space was driven by a strong focus on the IoT, and GE is now offering IoT-enabled products for customers who want to deploy IoT-powered appliances on their home networks.
GE also plans to offer IoT-based cloud services that can help customers deploy IoT appliances to their networks.
In 2018, the company said it added 1.8 million IoT-ready appliances, up from the 1.3 Million IoT-compatible appliances in 2017 and an increase of nearly 50 percent from the year before.
In order to compete in the IoT market, GE is trying to find new ways to connect its products to IoT devices and applications.
For instance, it is testing a system that allows the appliance to send commands to other devices that control appliances, including the Internet of Things.
GE is also experimenting with IoT-to-Internet communications, using smart microphones and cameras to communicate with other IoT devices.
The result is an IoT-connected appliance that can respond to various types of IoT events, such as fire, smoke, or water.
GE’s IoT solutions are also being tested in hospitals.