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There’s a perception by some in the manufacturing industry that incorporating advanced technology means eliminating people from the process.
When thinking of manufacturing, most people picture factories and assembly lines as they looked years ago. But new technology is changing that picture.
What once was an asset driving your company forward can become a liability holding it back if you’re not smart and strategic in your IT decision-making.
Have you heard the term “Industry 4.0”? Right now the manufacturing industry is in the middle of a technological revolution.
Manufacturing companies are becoming increasingly aware of the rise of new and innovative technology in the industry. But, for all the hype, a simple-but-essential question continues to linger for many companies: How can we put new technology to work to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and/or grow the business?
To Stay Competitive Mid-Sized Companies Need to Make Technology Part of Their Strategic Planning Process
In the business world, technology often serves as the great equalizer—enabling medium-sized companies to compete with larger corporations. That’s certainly the case in today’s landscape where technology tools like analytics, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things are enabling organizations to streamline their operations and pursue growth opportunities.