Technology Transforming Manufacturing
Matt Meier, VP and CIO – North America, Whirlpool Corporation
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Pete Sattler, VP-IT & CIO, International Flavors & Fragrances
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Dyan Finkhousen, Director, Open Innovation & Advanced Manufacturing; President, GE Fuse
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As the public demand for faster delivery of goods and services increase, electronics manufacturers are urged to pick up the pace at their facilities to deliver products on time, and with industry-standard quality. The entry of technology across many sectors of the production and supply chain realm has up to a certain extent assisted organizations to curb and eradicate most of their IT issues. However, the constant evolution of business operations and the continuously changing regulatory rules have slowed down the time to value proposition for the firms in this realm. With consumers calling for devices that offer high-performance and power, companies in the electronics realm are now turning to solution providers to aid them in understanding and deploying platforms that will bring optimal control to their entire operations stack.
Paul Dennies, Global Program Director, Teradata
Data and analytics will form the foundation of factories of the future and in so doing will provide manufacturers previously unimaginable levels of business resiliency, productivity and product and service innovation.
Rajeev Ravindran, SVP and CIO, Ryder System
Real-time visibility into status, locations, and activities of assets does and will improve the overall efficiency for end-to-end processing.
Kimberly Watson Hemphill, President, Firefly Consulting
Based on our experience working with both large, multi-national companies as well as smaller operations, our recommendation to improve the acceptance and appeal of workflow management is to begin the project with process improvement.
Michael Oster, CIO, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc
In recent years, "Lean" principles have become a growing area of focus in companies across all industries.
Don Barnetson, CTO and VP Product Planning, Lunera
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) promises to provide levels of interconnection and transparency never before conceived in the enterprise.
Pete V. Sattler, VP-IT & CIO, International Flavors & Fragrances
The world of IT is an ever changing place with constant innovation. How that technology gets applied to business problems is where things start to get interesting.
Paul Blake, Associate Director, GEP Worldwide
To re-imagine what is possible, without the limits that the status-quo imposes, and to work out how best to use our intellect and creativity.
Billy Ingram, Director of Lean Product Development, Interface [NASDAQ: TILE]
People are the priority for the triple bottom a new method for engaging with stakeholders to improve social responsibility performance.
Scott Gnau, CTO, Hortonworks
When Web 2.0 was coined, it was about new design patterns and business models emerging from the bubbles and shakeouts of subsequent computing revolutions.
Sal Cucchiara, CIO & Head of Wealth Management Technology, Morgan Stanley
While a common myth conflates machine learning with AI itself, machine learning is merely the tool that renders systems artificially intelligent.
Steve Martin, VP, Automotive, Ryder System, Inc. [NYSE:R]
Affordable technology’s moving at warp speed, putting immense pressure on businesses across all industries to keep up.