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. Powerful tools like AI, Machine Learning, intelligent devices and mixed reality apps are all well on their way to redefining efficiency, but that doesn’t mean CFOs aren’t facing challenges when guiding their organization towards a digitized and optimized future. Here are some of the most important ones, with suggestions on how to tackle them:
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