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Factories of the Future

Taking Smart Manufacturing from
Someday to Today.

Smart Manufacturing has never been more relevant
than it is right now, in the wake of the disruption
caused by COVID-19. One of the lessons that
manufacturers have learned is that the more modern
their infrastructure, the more robust they'll be in
the face of unexpected challenges - especially in
critical and vulnerable areas like supply chains.

But to begin simply, you can focus on one particular area of your manufacturing system. After extensive research, we show in our report examples of areas where being "Smart" pays off.

 

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In this report, manufacturing executives will learn:

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The overwhelming challenges that Smart Manufacturing is solving.

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Best practices from leaders in Smart Manufacturing.

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What 'Smart Manufacturing' really is and what it can do for your company.

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We surveyed 50 leaders at the vice president level or above from major U.S. manufacturing companies. 

Strong planning and management are also essential for business transformation, and 68% of the companies surveyed reported that they have invested in enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. Advanced ERPs, such as Microsoft Dynamics 365, can manage and integrate a company's financials, supply chain, operations, reporting, manufacturing, and human resource activities within a single, cloud-based business application.

It is this trend toward technological adoption that may prove to be a silver lining, as manufacturers turn to digitization to provide the agility, efficiency, and innovation they need to not only survive but to thrive.

Download the guide to learn how Smart Manufacturing can impact your organization.