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Exploring Critical Challenges Facing the Swiss Manufacturing Industry

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As the center of gravity of manufacturing has gradually migrated to Asia over the past decade, it has become acceptable in more developed nations to assume that manufacturing industry can no longer play a substantial role in the expansion and continued sustainability of their economies. Switzerland is known for setting itself apart internationally by being a highly competitive and attractive market to do business. The Swiss manufacturing industry has come under increased pressure over the past couple of years. The global financial crisis and the subsequent strength of the Swiss franc posed several manufacturing industries challenges. In the view of these manufacturing industry challenges, the questions to find answers to here is how long Swiss manufacturing companies can remain competitive and how they are going to do so.

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Manufacturing industry challenges in Switzerland

Economic volatility

The Swiss economy is characterized by rising volatility and increased uncertainty since the global financial crisis almost a decade ago. Subsequently, there was an increased pressure on margins of companies in the manufacturing industry due to the strengthening of the Swiss franc. This situation was stabilized to a considerable degree when the swiss national bank implemented the EUR/CHR exchange rate floor. However, the increasing pressure has resulted in several companies in the Swiss manufacturing sector to make additional operational adjustments. Manufacturing companies exporting primarily to Europe are most likely to shift their focus outside traditional markets to growth regions.

New growth markets

During recent years, strong economic growth has occurred in emerging markets rather than developed markets. In this scenario, the key challenges for Swiss manufacturing industry companies will be to expand their operation further into new growth markets and at the same time compete effectively with existing players in these markets.

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Rising global competition

Amidst rising global competition, innovation, the need to introduce new and innovative products are becoming paramount for companies in the manufacturing industry. While targeting new growth markets, manufacturers must ensure that their products are tailored to suit local needs. Product innovations are essential in developed markets to survive despite the rising competitive pressure. The challenge here for companies in the Swiss manufacturing industry will be to reinvent themselves amid these tensions, especially because new products from emerging markets are increasingly being imported to developed countries and has become a source of competition for manufacturers in domestic markets.

Shortage of resources

Another critical challenge for Swiss manufacturing companies involves issues such as shortage of resources, which is prominent in case of talent and energy. Firstly, the Swiss manufacturing industry has long experienced shortage of labor and this needs to be addressed immediately in order to remain globally competitive. Secondly, Switzerland’s energy policy provides for phase-out of nuclear power and promotes renewable energy sources. This entails both risks and opportunities for the Swiss manufacturing industry. The challenges here would be to restructure the energy industry as an opportunity while staying prepared for contingencies such as electricity prices or uncertainties in terms of supply securities.

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Future of Manufacturing in Europe: Key Forces That Will Drive Growth and Profitability

Europe’s 2020 agenda for digitization and Horizon 2020 plan for R&D funding are significant initiatives to facilitate a more sustained and competitive economy. These long term strategies will eventually trickle down to the manufacturing sector and play a significant role in the future of manufacturing in Europe. The manufacturing sector currently accounts for nearly 15% of Europe’s GDP and will play a significant role in their long-term economic development. In this blog, experts at Infiniti explore some of the key forces that will drive transformation in the future of manufacturing in Europe and disrupt their manufacturing sphere.

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Future of Manufacturing in Europe

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Although Western Europe is often considered the hub for manufacturing activities, Central and Eastern European countries including Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Czech Republic are expected to become pivots for manufacturing innovation. The easy availability of cash grants and tax incentives, and the accessibility of skilled researchers are some of the key factors enabling this shift.

Rise of industry 4.0

With large sums of money being allocated as a part of the Horizon 2020 R&D funding program, we can expect significant advancements in computing, sensor technologies, and robotics in the future of manufacturing in Europe. If this becomes a reality, the future of manufacturing in Europe will not be far from achieving the vision of connected enterprises.

Carbon neutral manufacturing processes

The growing climate change and carbon emission concerns are putting pressure on manufacturing companies around the world to resort to more eco-friendly production processes. From a manufacturing industry standpoint, it is vital to optimize current energy consumption in the plant and focus on electricity from renewable sources. Moreover, the EU plans to reduce 40% of its carbon and greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. As a result, we can expect to see several top manufacturing companies embracing the concept of carbon-neutral processes in the future of manufacturing.

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Demand for highly-skilled workforce

The demand for low-skilled manufacturing jobs is on a steady decline. The future of manufacturing in Europe will soon undergo a structural shift as a result of rising demand for highly skilled and efficient workforce. Human-centric factories will become a reality that encompasses attributes such as dynamic work environments, skill development, and factories aligned to social environments.

Disruption of nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is one of the key enabling technologies in Europe’s Horizon 2020 plan. This will proliferate new opportunities in sectors such as food and beverage, where non-scale polymers can be used to prevent oxygen from spoiling the food. This also means that companies in the manufacturing sector will soon be focusing on the use of nanotechnology in their production and packaging process to enhance the output.

Energy and geopolitics

From a political standpoint, an important talking point is the lifting of the Iran Sanctions, and Russia and China coming together due to the economic climate in both countries. As a result, there was a cheaper dumping of goods, as was seen with the steel industry. Iran will provide more of a growth opportunity when compared to Russia and China, with certain sectors including aviation and automotive expected to see opportunities galore.

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Strategies to Enhance Market Share in Asia for Industrial and Manufacturing Firms: In Conversation with an Infiniti Research Thought Leader

Ajay Biswari, AVP – Custom Research (Market and Competitive Intelligence) at Infiniti Research has over 10 years of experience in delivering solutions for global giants in the industrial and heavy equipment sector. His core expertise includes market entry, market expansion, merger and acquisition identification, and customer needs assessment.

Industrial and manufacturing firms often face dilemma in understanding market dynamics and developing an effective market entry or market expansion strategy. Also, the rising competitive pressure, increasing need for differentiation in the market, and need to comply with the stringent regulatory environment have adversely impacted companies in the industrial and manufacturing industry. Consequently, industrial and manufacturing firms are under the pressure to expand their base of operations to developed markets. This necessitates stakeholders to develop an effective market expansion strategy, understand the competitor landscape, and gain a comprehensive view of the current market scenario.

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Do industrial and manufacturing companies need to expand their business to new markets?

Amal: Absolutely! Today, several market dynamics affect the business operations of companies operating in the industrial and manufacturing industry. The rising market uncertainties such as increasing competitive pressure, uncertain political scenarios, and rising operational costs are some of the major factors impacting the business operations of companies in the industrial and manufacturing sector. Let me explain in detail impacts of these challenges on companies in the manufacturing industry. The growing competitive pressure often leads to price wars between companies and negatively impacts a manufacturing company’s bottom line. Furthermore, increasing political instability in the recent times including events such as BREXIT and NASTA are even making it more difficult for companies in the industrial and manufacturing industry to sustain a leading edge in the market. To remain ahead in the market and expand market share, it is vital for industrial and manufacturing firms to expand their base of operations to new markets.

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Can you shed some light on the strategies that must be adopted by manufacturing firms to survive in today’s competitive market scenario?

Amal: Let me list out three major strategies, which according to me help companies stay ahead of the game. Some companies use technologies to overcome challenges. For instance, recently a major tool manufacturing company achieved 24% productivity improvement and 10% workforce efficiency improvement by investing in new technologies such as IoT and AI.

Also, companies are investing in new product innovations. Introduction of new products in the market can help companies to stay competitive. But, I would highly recommend manufacturing companies to employ a market expansion strategy, as this is sure to provide an above-average growth rate and can save millions of dollars in savings.

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But, why do you think entering the Asian market can be an ideal growth strategy for manufacturing firms?

Amal: Well, recent studies show that over forty per cent of global economic activity is now occurring in Asia, and world growth is expected to continue being led by Asia over the next decade. Also, India and China are two of the major economies which are growing at the fastest rate globally and provide vast opportunities for manufacturing companies. And even these countries heavily depend on exports as one of the revenue streams. So, new manufacturing companies can easily set up manufacturing bases relatively with a low cost of labor and raw materials. So, I think choosing the Asian market can be an ideal growth strategy for companies in the manufacturing industry.

Can you provide more insights on why Asia is a promising market for industrial and manufacturing companies?

Amal: Definitely! To start off with, Asia offers an attractive manufacturing environment that is favourable for manufacturing companies. Also, if we look at the share of global manufacturing output, it has almost doubled in the last decade. Moreover, the low operating cost and diverse demography are some of the other attractive factors in the Asian Market.

I would also like to add another significant geographical advantage within the Asian market in terms of access to market. With companies in the Asian manufacturing industry already competing with each other to be on top of the manufacturing pyramid, this market is trying to garner interest among global firms by offering smooth entry into their market. Also, considering the production cost, Asia offers lower operational costs compared to other developed countries.

What are the major market expansion approaches that some of the top manufacturing companies in the world adopt to stay ahead of the game?

In my view, most manufacturing companies look at setting their individual manufacturing bases or enhance their sales through various approaches. For setting their own manufacturing bases, companies generally leverage greenfield and brownfield expansion approaches. Let me explain these approaches in detail. Generally, greenfield expansion approaches involve huge investment in terms of resources, time, and capability. Although this approach provides complete control over the manufacturing and supply chain processes, this involves huge risks and takes a longer period for results to be shown. However, the brownfield expansion approach provides a kick-start immediately. Also, the brownfield expansion approach requires relatively lower capital investment compared to greenfield approach.

In the case of sales expansion strategies, manufacturing companies mostly look at own sales network or channel partners. Own sales network approach is mostly similar to the greenfield approach, which requires huge capital investment. However, channel partner approach helps companies gain in-depth knowledge about the market through channel partners who are already present in the market.

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Why Top US Brands are Turning to the Manufacturing Industry in Latin America

Earlier, many top manufacturing companies in the US heavily relied on Chinese manufacturers due to the availability of low-cost labor. However, with the rapid economic growth in China and a larger section of the Chinese population moving to middle-class and demanding higher wages, several global brands are turning away from China in search of lower-cost alternatives from emerging markets. The manufacturing industry in Latin America is one such market that has become highly lucrative for companies in the US. Everything from medical supplies, to pharmaceuticals, to apparel, aircraft and computer machinery is now manufactured in Latin America, and the political and economic policy adjustments have significantly contributed to the manufacturing industry growth in Latin America.

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Benefits of manufacturing in Latin America

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One of the key benefits of manufacturing industry in Latin America is its proximity to the US. When American brands do business with suppliers in overseas regions like Asia, it requires officials from the company to travel to the foreign nation. This is primarily because they may want to gain a firsthand view of where and how their products are manufactured.  One of the key benefits of manufacturing in Latin America for companies in the US is their proximity to Central America. Another challenge that proximity helps solve is the disconnect from the manufacturing process.

Lower turnaround time

By relying on the manufacturing industry in Latin America, companies in the US can ensure faster shipping of the final products than that from overseas. Often, businesses that have their manufacturing units in Asian countries like China re-stock only once a quarter it takes at least a month for an order to ship overseas. This lack of flexibility in ordering can lead to over- or under-stocking of products. Shipping from the manufacturing industry in Latin America gives a lot more flexibility to companies in the US when it comes to placing orders.

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Vast labor pool

One of the biggest advantages of turning to the manufacturing industry in Latin America is the high labor pool available. With China’s economy on the upswing, the labor costs of manufacturing industry in Latin America would prove to be much cheaper for brands in the United States. Moreover, in changing economies, Like China, where a greater number of people are rapidly entering the middle class, the manufacturing industry is booming due to the rise in demand by the local population. This means that manufacturers are utilizing their own resources to meet local demands. In some places, it is required for them to do so. This could lead to longer turnaround times and higher cost of labor overseas, making the manufacturing industry in Latin America highly attractive for American companies.

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Competitive Landscape Analysis

Infiniti’s Competitive Landscape Analysis Accelerates Process Agility and Efficiency for a European Manufacturing Firm

Competitive landscape analysis for the manufacturing industry

The European manufacturing industry is witnessing a phase of tremendous disruption due to the increasing need to embrace automation, become more sustainable, and address the skill shortages. To keep up with the industry transformations, major companies in the manufacturing industry are capitalizing on new opportunities, employing risk mitigation strategies, and mitigating challenges along the supply chain. However, before making huge investments into new market opportunities and investing in technologies, it is vital for manufacturing companies to assess the competitive landscape in the market and make changes in their strategies accordingly.

Business Challenges Faced

The client is a manufacturing company based out of Europe. With leading players in the manufacturing industry taking initiatives in confronting uncertainties in the market and meeting the market demands, the client was losing their market share to their competitors. Also, the client’s inability to address the skill shortages and employ risk mitigation strategies further impacted the company’s overall sales rate. Consequently, the company witnessed a dip in their profit margins by 17%. The client, therefore, approached the experts at Infiniti Research to leverage their expertise in offering competitive landscape analysis.

With Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client wanted to tackle challenges such as:

Supply chain issues

The inability of an efficient inventory management process resulted in a huge mismatch in the supply and demand. As a result, the company failed to meet their customers’ demands, and this subsequently resulted in lower sales. With Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client wanted to closely analyze their direct and indirect competitors’ inventory management processes and make changes in their plans accordingly to efficiently meet the market demand.

Need for sustainability

The increasing pressure from government and public for greener operations put the company under the pressure to become more sustainable. Therefore, with Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client wanted to understand the strategies adopted by top industry players to tackle this challenge.

Need to address skill shortages

Although automation and robotics are filling the labor gap in the manufacturing industry, there are still requirements of human capabilities in manufacturing companies. The client, therefore, wanted to overcome the workforce management challenges.

Data protection

With cyberthreats increasing in the manufacturing industry, investment in data security is becoming imperative for manufacturing companies. Hence, with Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client wanted to analyze the risk mitigation strategies leveraged by their key competitors.

Investing in new technologies

With the advent of technologies such automation, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cloud computing, and robotics in the manufacturing industry, major companies have started embracing these technologies and delivering the best quality product at a faster pace. As such, with Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client wanted to monitor their competitors’ investment in new technologies and processes.

Solutions Offered

To help the client tackle the industry challenges and analyze their direct and indirect competitors, the experts at Infiniti Research employed competitive landscape research.

The initial stage of the competitive landscape analysis engagement involved conducting competitive benchmarking analysis. This phase of the competitive landscape analysis engagement helped the client to gain an independent perspective of how well their company performed compared to their competitors. Also, the client was able to drill down into their performance gaps to identify areas of improvement. The client was also able to identify the sustainable manufacturing practices adopted by their key competitors to minimize negative environmental impact. Furthermore, this phase of the competitive landscape analysis engagement also enabled the client to monitor their competitors’ initiatives in employing new technologies and processes.

As a part of the competitive landscape analysis engagement, the experts also conducted demand management and risk assessment process. This phase of the competitive landscape analysis engagement helped the client to efficiently forecast the demand for their products in advance and minimize supply and demand mismatch. This further helped the client in managing their production process and enhancing efficiency.

Also, the risk assessment process conducted as a part of the competitive landscape analysis engagement helped the client to identify cyber risks in the manufacturing industry and employ cybersecurity initiatives to mitigate them before they impact their business operations. Furthermore, with Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis, the client was able to estimate the viability of their new products and evaluate the effectiveness of their marketing strategy compared to their competitors.

Results Obtained

The insights obtained from Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis engagement helped the client to identify gaps in their product and service offerings compared to their competitors. Also, with Infiniti’s competitive landscape analysis engagement, the client was able to keep pace with their competitors’ business strategies and make changes in their business plans when required. Within one year, the client was able to achieve a huge increase in their sales. This subsequently helped the client to enhance process agility and reduce operating cost by 33%.

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Infiniti’s Trend Analysis Engagement Helped a Manufacturing Firm Enhance Marketing Returns and Optimize Service Offerings

Business Challenge 

Currently, several tech and digital trends including the Industrial Internet of Things, robotics, and AI are delivering efficiencies and new opportunities for companies in the manufacturing industry. Owing to the advent of such manufacturing industry trends and advancements in technologies, companies in the manufacturing industry will need to constantly innovate their products offerings to meet future trends and newer technology demands. Moreover, these rapidly changing manufacturing industry trends demand the need to develop new strategies and invest in technology to gain a stronger foothold.

With the business world moving faster than ever before, the client, a manufacturing firm in Ireland experienced constant challenges when it comes to keeping up with the evolving manufacturing industry trends. Also, the client noted an unexpected drop in their company’s sales, revenues, and profits as they lacked the capabilities to identify emerging industry trends and market changes. Thus, with the aid of Infiniti’s market trend analysis engagement, the client wanted to analyze the market trends and market opportunities. Moreover, with the aid of Infiniti’s market trend analysis engagement, the client wanted to identify whether there would be a spike or decline in business activities in the near future to accurately develop their business goals and marketing plans accordingly.

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Solutions Offered 

Our market research experts conducted in-depth market surveys and used market trend analysis techniques to uncover new manufacturing industry trends and methodologies to support the client’s business growth. Based on the data obtained from Infiniti’s market trend analysis solution, the client was able to create a new business plan to effectively market their products to the target customers. The developed market trend analysis engagement also empowered the manufacturer to identify future trends and capitalize on new acquisition targets.

Moreover, with the aid of Infiniti’s market trend analysis solution, the client was able to make a well-charted out comparison between their company and competitors. The trend analysis solution also helped the firm to compare their company’s performance with the industry average.

An analysis of all the future trends in the manufacturing industry including, IIoT, robotics, and AI helped them constantly innovate their service offerings to meet the current demands. In addition, the client was able to make better decisions on their marketing strategy which enhanced the company’s marketing ROI by 14%.

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What is trend analysis? 

Identifying precisely where your brand sits in consumers’ mind is always useful. With the aid of market trend analysis, businesses can better understand how and why the brand needs an alignment. Trend analysis methods are commonly used to analyze the statistical market data and behavior over a definite time period in order to generate valuable insights for strategizing and forecasting future business plans.

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Top 3 Challenges Facing the Manufacturing Industry and Ways to Tackle Them

Leading players in the manufacturing industry are confronting uncertainties in the face of digitization and new customer expectations. The manufacturing industry is one of the important wealth-generating sectors of the global economy and accounts for a significant share of the global workforce to develop materials needed by organizations across various industries. Moreover, as the drumbeat for innovation and digitization grows louder, companies in the manufacturing industry are facing the need to plan new strategies and invest more in technology to gain a stronger foothold. Consequently, the advent of technology is posing a new set of challenges before the industry, which need to be addressed in order to maintain the growth momentum. In this article, we have discussed some of those challenges and have suggested a few measures to tackle them effectively.

Challenges in the Manufacturing Industry

Challenge #1: Shortage of skilled labor

With the baby boomer generation entering the phase of retirement, the manufacturing industry is facing an acute shortage of labor. Today, employers in the manufacturing industry need employees with a different set of skills. There are certain tasks that have become automated and machine sensors have become more commonplace. This has created the need for manufacturers to collect large amounts of data and is opening up new avenues for employment.

Solution: To tackle this challenge, manufacturers need to plan their strategic workforce smartly. Also, they should focus more on recruiting millennials who have technical skills and ‘know-how’. Additionally, there must be an emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills to streamline recruitment initiatives.

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Challenge #2: Management of project

In the manufacturing industry, projects are typically cost, time, and quality sensitive and, as a result, tend to be rigid and tightly controlled. Such rigidity and tight control mean less ability to make adjustments or update scope as the project progresses.  Many of these projects need a design commitment, with little flexibility to alter as requirements change or new information pops up.  This becomes quite frustrating for a team that wants to produce the best product but is handcuffed by deadline constraints.

Solution: To deal with such manufacturing industry challenges, the team leader needs to ask for dedicated resources. Also, utilizing the project service automation software that includes universal resource scheduling can help the manufacturers to quicGet More Infokly find resources that are available and adjust the schedule based on the predicted completion date of the project.

Challenge #3: Analyzing the data

With the increasing use of the Internet of Things (IoT), the manufacturing industry is facing difficulties in aggregating and analyzing the data. While many organizations may have smart machines already on their shop floor, they lack the systems to extract and analyze the data being captured by these systems. This forces manufacturers to miss out on quality.  Therefore, manufacturers are facing the dire need to improve their data mining capacities to improve real-time decisions.

Solution: Implementing an IoT solution designed to help maintenance of predictive analytics, as well as remote monitoring, can help companies in the manufacturing industry to analyze their data in real-time. Also, this can help in predicting the time when maintenance of an asset is required.  Consequently, manufacturers can shift from replace or repair maintenance model to a fix and predict model.


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5 Smart Manufacturing Opportunities that Manufacturers Must Grab

Manufacturing is and will continue to be a critical force in both advanced and developing economies. However, the global manufacturing sector has undergone a tumultuous decade. From large developing economies leaping into the first tier of manufacturing nations, a severe recession choking off demand, to manufacturing employment falling at an accelerated rate in advanced economies. The good news here is that the manufacturing industry is all ready to be re-imagined, reinvented, and reborn. Here are five incredibly potent opportunities in manufacturing that manufacturers have to pounce upon if they wish to stay competitive through smarter manufacturing:

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Manufacturing intelligence

Intelligence in the manufacturing industry must be carefully planned, implemented, managed and invested in. This generally requires a completely new view and perspective regarding what is traditionally looked Get More Infoat as strictly a mechanical or procedural challenge. This includes advanced data collection from sensors and actuators, immediate knowledge of inventory, assets, production condition; and increased process, productivity, and cost granularity.

Predictive analytics

Manufacturing intelligence must be used by companies in the manufacturing industry in such a way that it will predict the future so that decisions and actions are taken before problems emerge, before the occurrence of risk, and before opportunities are wasted. This includes enabling predictive technologies, embedded analytics, and rapid response capabilities.

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Quality management

Quality management is the way ahead for how players in the manufacturing industry can achieve nearly zero waste, zero incidents, and zero emissions. The new improvements in quality will develop from factors including information visibility, connectivity, and analytics.

Manufacturing network monitoring

The ability to see and act on your entire network enables companies in the manufacturing industry to predict problems, quickly deploy corrective actions (such as repairs), and keep the entire network humming. This results in improved operational decisions; enhanced remote visibility; and the lowest cost of production possible.

Visibility and visualization

Unless information helps businesses to understand and act, it becomes practically meaningless. It is necessary to have a holistic, dynamic view of the company’s operations in real-time, and visualize people, systems, assets, and inventories as they make their way through a complex supply chain. Manufacturers can see multiple factories in a single view, utilize advanced manufacturing dashboards; and optimize their capacity across the entire enterprise using new instrumentation, networks, and control rooms.


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