What makes someone smart? Agility might not be the first noun that leaps to mind – after all, it’s a physical trait. However, agility is about more than how quickly you move.
The manufacturing industry is at a pivotal point in its history. Companies of all shapes and sizes are changing quickly due to digital technologies, rising customer expectations, and new opportunities for doing business.
In July 2018, Microsoft announced a set of changes to the way Dynamics 365 updates were going to be delivered to users, promising predictable updates, continuous deployment and early visibility of future changes – and delivering on those promises.
Given the growth of Merit Solutions, our team has a new job opening for a Director, Client Development.
When you hear the word “proactive,” the first thing that likely comes to mind is someone who takes action at the first opportunity. Proactive people don’t just rest on their laurels and respond to things that are happening – they make them happen.
When discussing the future of manufacturing, it’s easy to get carried away and imagine a world where technology will solve all the problems and completely automate operations.
What comes to mind when you think about transparency? In the most literal sense, it means to be able to see right through something. When it comes to software, transparency refers to the ability to see everything that’s going on within the enterprise.
Among the C-Level positions in the manufacturing industry, Chief Operating Officers can find themselves doing seemingly incompatible tasks. Manufacturing COOs are driven by results, but also have to look to the future and try to implement bold ideas to stay ahead of the competition.
The future of manufacturing is digital and forward-thinking CIOs are facing a number of new challenges in the manufacturing industry. Even as technology delivers value, it can also create exposures and weaknesses.
In the past couple of years, one of the topics that created buzz among manufacturers has been digital transformation. What was initially seen as an IT expense has, over time, grown to be accepted as one of the main strategic initiatives every CEO needs to consider.