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Denison Consulting Group: Powering The Connected Enterprise

September 2017

What if one can see and respond to manufacturing issues from anywhere and at anytime? Imagine improving margins by spending less and working faster by streamlining the entire production cycle— from research and development to cost and quality

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Table of Contents

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Role of Innovative Technology Taking Center Stage in World-Class Manufacturing Companies

Susan Kampe, CIO & VP, Information Technology, Cooper Standard [NYSE:CPS]

19

What Would Happen if IT Ran the Factories?

Bob Krestakos, VP, Global Operations, Steelcase

22

Supply Chain Process Development using DFSS/DRM and First-Time Quality

Eric C. Maass, Director of Design for Reliability and Manufacturing, Kathryn Merrill, Sr. Lean Sigma Manager, Medtronic

26

The Shaping of Manufacturing Technology

Regina Salazar, Regional CIO, GPO, Whirlpool Corporation [NYSE:WHR]

29

Integrated Quality Systems Requires Integrated Technology

Donovan Hardenbrook, Director, Global Quality Management Systems, Littelfuse [NASDAQ:LFUS]

32

"A Programmer, A Controls Engineer and A Mathematician Walk into anX-Bar..."

Dennis Rausch, VP of IT, Rea Magnet Wire Company, Inc.

35

Internet of Things and Big Data: Old is New and New is Old

Shane Fazzio, Director Product Management-IoT Platforms & Analytics, Honeywell [NYSE:HON]

38

The Wave of Internet of Things

Tom Basiliere, CIO, Provant

40

Shhhh! Customer Listening In Progress

David Mingle, General Director, Customer Experience, General Motors [NYSE:GM]

42

Digital Technologies Boost Collaboration, Visibility, and Customer Satisfaction in Supply Chains

Elaine Singleton, VP, Head of Technicolor Global Logistics, Technicolor

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