How Digitization is Transforming Manufacturing
97 percent of leaders in the industry say digital transformation will impact the future of manufacturing.
And it has already begun. Manufacturing is undergoing a digital transformation—the use of technology to improve business results—driven by smart technology and connected devices. In a manufacturing organization, digitization can include any function including the back office and supply chain applications, factory automation, data analytics and more.
The digital evolution has the potential to disrupt every part of the enterprise. With opportunities to increase efficiency, productivity and accuracy in the industry, it is an excellent match for manufacturing.
The following infographic is based on the highlights of a survey of 304 individuals with professional responsibility for their companies' technology, either as IT implementers or business stakeholders who depend on technology to deliver results. The goal of the survey was to get an answer to the following questions:
- What is the reality of digital transformation in today's manufacturing organizations?
- Are companies actively pursuing digital transformation strategies?
- What challenges are companies facing?
- What do manufacturing leaders need to know in order to transform their businesses?
With only 23 percent of leaders saying they have a corporate-wide strategy for digital transformation, take the first step toward understanding the landscape below:
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