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In this era of digital transformation where manufacturing processes are becoming smarter, the overall supply chain also needs to be modernized. Manufacturers are adopting cutting edge technologies of IoT, automation, robotics and big data for their supply chain to enhance efficiency and real time visibility for all processes. The technologies that are making manufacturing ‘smart’ are also propelling significant benefits to the global supply chain by reducing risks through improved quality management, compliance and supplier collaboration.
Nancy S. Wolk, CIO, Alcoa - Global Business Services
One of the major shifts we are seeing at Alcoa is the increased ability to correlate massive amounts of data from our manufacturing processes with our business information systems.
Denise Ebenhoech, Regional Head of Advanced Robotic Applications, KUKA Robotics
We can now concentrate on the production process and seamlessly integrate the autonomous mobile robot into it.
Ashe Menon, SVP of Global Manufacturing, National Oilwell Varco
Though much of the focus around the IoT has been on new equipment and plants, a majority of the manufacturing facilities in this country still have extremely old equipment.
Michael Oster, CIO, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc
In recent years, "Lean" principles have become a growing area of focus in companies across all industries.
John Manasso, General Manager, IBM Technology Support Services, North America
As enterprises around the world continue to shift the way they select, deploy, and manage technology for their clients and customers, business leaders must take into consideration how newfound speed and efficiency.
Tan Hoang, 3Dponics Inc.
Science and innovation have always been the key drivers of a country's economic expansion.
Francois Barbier, President, Global Operations and Components, Flex
While the current supply chain system consists of several steps occurring independently, smart manufacturing streamlines the time, effort, and communication between each step, creating faster and more reliable service.
Janet B. Stevens, CIO, USDA/Food Safety
I’ve never been the one to get excited about the “next big thing,” especially if it’s been labeled with a nebulous term such as Cloud, or even a seemingly simple one like Big Data.
Kris Alexander, CTO, Akamai Technologies
When I first started getting involved in the industry conve r sat ion around the Internet of Things I had many questions.
Hans Thalbauer, SVP, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP
The logistics and manufacturing industries are undergoing a revolution driven by digital transformation. Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and blockchain all promise to completely alter how companies conduct business.
Scott Bendle, CIO, Rigaku Corporation
Successfully implementing an ERP system is a daunting task and even defining a successful implementation can be a pretty challenging thing.