Your employees need to be educated about what AI and IoT are as well as how to use them in their day-to-day jobs. Education leads to less uncertainty (and fear) as well as to more qualified workers who can better perform their jobs.
An increasing number of companies are turning to the versatile Dynamics 365 in an effort to optimize their supply chain processes.
Who doesn’t want faster time-to-market? Faster time-to-market means you waste less time with a profitable idea that isn’t earning any money. But, how does one achieve that goal?
Dynamics 365 is a powerful ERP solution manufacturers can use to take control of their operations and data and built to save time and resources doing it.
Everyone wants manufacturing strategies that deliver results. They want efficient production that doesn’t waste any resources. What’s the best way to achieve that goal? For many, the answer is investing in cutting-edge technology.
We’ve all probably heard that Artificial Intelligence is the new norm and represents the future of business, but not many people understand how much of an impact it has today.
When it comes to achieving transformation, there is more than one way to achieve this goal. You can do things piecemeal, focusing on a single system at a time. Or, you could take a holistic approach. Which is better?
A new generation of technologies has transformed workplaces and our perception of productivity, and every business is now, in a sense, a technology business. The same goes for manufacturing, where enhancing growth and profitability is becoming increasingly dependent on digitalization initiatives.
It has always been “the customer is king”, but in today’s connected, customer-centric world, this phrase is more important than ever. Customer experiences are influencing buying decisions at increasing rates, making net promoter scores (NPS) more critical to differentiating yourself in highly-competitive markets.
Think of smart manufacturing as a journey. For any journey, you need a road map. Read on to learn what you need to know about launching a smart factory initiative.