Drive plant productivity with a framework for Industry 4.0 – IBM

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Manufacturing heads and progressive CIOs have toconsistently strive to improve their production efficiency and product quality, despite growing market complexities. They’re in a continuous struggle to figure out how to optimize plant operations despite rising raw material and labor costs, ever-increasing demands for product customization by customers, reducing order sizes, and shrinking margins, to name a few.On top of all this, competitive pressures further fuel the fire.

A well-planned roadmap and robust framework for Industry 4.0 is therefore the need of the hour for every manufacturing organization
Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution can help combat these challenges through a combination of automation, cognitive, and cloud computing solutions. It providesthe opportunity to integrate IT with OT (Information Technology and Operational Technology), to forge a stronger manufacturing organization.

If you’re a manufacturing head or a progressive CIO, then this webinar is definitely for you. This is the right time to embrace industry 4.0 because early adopters will be rewarded, while non-risk takers will be relegated to irrelevancy.

This webinar will help manufacturing heads and progressive CIOs understand how they can overcome their key challenges with industry 4.0.

Benefits of Attending:

For Heads of Manufacturing: Enable your stakeholders to receive, manage and complete work orders and facilitate the highest level of uptime along the production lines.

For progressive CIOs: Use data from ERP and other legacy systems to help visualize a connected shop floor, which can be used to analyze & predict.

If you’d like to find out more about to drive plant productivity with a framework for Industry 4.0, then join us on a Webinar.

1500 Crafting your Industry 4.0 Roadmap
  Anil Chopra, VP-Research and Consulting, CMR
1515 Drive Plant Productivity with a Framework for Industry 4.0
S. Jaikumar, Associate Partner - Industrial Sector, India / South Asia, IBM Global Business Services
1550 Q&A
Moderated by Anil Chopra,CMR
1600 Vote of Thanks

Anil Chopra

VP-Research and Consulting, CyberMedia Research


S. Jaikumar

Associate Partner - Industrial Sector, India / South Asia, IBM Global Business Services