Santa Clara, California: The Manufacturing 4.0 industry has entered an era of radical transformation where promising levels of agility, flexibility and actionable knowledge through the convergence of operational technologies and new Information Technologies (IT) appears to raise the expectations – and doubts – of global manufacturing leaders. Although the root of polarising conversations, most agree Manufacturing 4.0 can deliver a host of benefits and have a positive impact on business. Nonetheless, this agreement does not change the reality that manufacturing organisations need assistance understanding and navigating the most critical issues in manufacturing transformation today.
The recent white paper from Frost & Sullivan in association with NTT DATA Services, Manufacturing 4.0: A Playbook for Navigating the Journey to IT Modernisation & Transformation, examines the vital role technology and sustained innovation will play in the factories of the future and ultimately next-generation manufacturing.
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As companies develop, manufacturing networks often become extremely complex and difficult to manage. Many organisations in the manufacturing industry are saddled with ageing systems housing proprietary algorithms that prevent seamless integration with other systems. This creates a strategic need for a modernised scalable, reusable, extensible and reliable IT solution. In time, manufacturing architectures will have to integrate homogeneously with multiple manufacturing sites, thus creating a model of the future. In addition, manufacturers must achieve a streamlined IT environment for easy interoperability between various systems and facilitate responsive enterprises of the future.
The future of manufacturing will be challenging, but with the right strategy, technology solutions sets and an able partner, organizations will be able to structure smarter faster and simpler manufacturing operations.
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