Drive plant productivity with a framework for Industry 4.0 – IBM

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.

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.

AGENDA

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

SPEAKERS

Anil ChopraVP-Research and Consulting, CyberMedia Research

S. JaikumarAssociate Partner – Industrial Sector, India / South Asia, IBM Global Business Services

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