Intelligent and Connected Manufacturing Enterprise
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“Digital transformation is not a quick-fix solution within rigid manufacturing processes and resources, but a long-term commitment and imperative.”1
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8 trends challenging the factory of the future
84% of manufacturing suppliers expect to be challenged by new competitors.5
Streamline business process and enhance supplier connectivity
70% of companies are using B2B cloud networks across their supply chains.4
Digital Transformation is a top priority
65% of businesses will adopt digital manufacturing by 2020. Will you?3
Growing security concerns across supply chains
Approximately 70% of all IoT devices have security vulnerabilities.6
Manufacturing Innovation Stories
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- 1 Gunnar Ebner and Jochen Bechtold, “Are manufacturing companies ready to go digital” Capgemini Consulting, 2012
- 2 “Executives Expect Digital Disruption to Displace 4 in 10 Incumbents by Industry within Next Five Years,” Cisco, 2015.
- 3 “Predictions 2018 Is Make The Chief Digital Officer Obsolete,” Forrester, November 6, 2017.
- 4 Simon Ellis, Kimberly Knickle, Lorenzo Veronesi, Victoria Brown, “Digital Transformation Drives Supply Chain Restructuring Imperative,” IDC, July 2017
- 5 Cornelius Baur and Dominik Wee, “Manufacturing’s Next Act,” McKinsey & Company, June 2015.
- 6 Ibid.