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Sep 27, 2022

The Perfect (Technology) Storm for Manufacturing

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James Dimarzio, Consultant - HCLTech Manufacturing

IOT, Cloud Data, and AI/Machine Learning

Sep 22, 2022

Customer Experience and AI in Automotive

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James Dimarzio, Consultant - HCLTech Manufacturing

Predicting the customer demand for in-vehicle technology in an ever-changing digital world is already difficult.

May 10, 2022

Digital manufacturing and supply chain – have you missed the boat?

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Sanjai Hayaran, Vice President – SAP Digital Practice

In the post-COVID-19 era, manufacturers must make a simple choice: go digital or go extinct. While the pandemic pushed digital transformation initiatives into top gear, not everyone has gone digital.

Apr 07, 2022

Edge computing in the pharma manufacturing

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Souvik Bhattacharya, DGM - Solutions group, Life Sciences and Healthcare

Introduction In the pharma manufacturing domain, whether it's primarily bulk drugs – active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), biomanufacturing, formulations, or medical devices, the role of sensors or endpoint computing machines and dev
Industry 4.0 is reshaping the entire business landscape.

Oct 11, 2021

Manufacturing Cloud

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Rampal Singh, Director – Cloud Harmonization

You must have often heard about the seemingly magical capabilities of the cloud. Despite this, as a business leader, you might be either skeptical or unfamiliar with what cloud adoption means for your organization’s setup. Also, being comfortable…

Jun 28, 2021

OPAF – The Industry Game Changer in DCS Market

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Mahesh Subrmaniam, Associate General Manager

The objective of Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF) Objective is to create /select standards and specifications for an open, interoperable, secure process automation architecture so end-users of controls systems can choose the modules offered by…

Jan 07, 2021

Five Considerations for a Successful IT/OT Convergence Program

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Sivasubramaniyan K, Solution Director, IoT WoRKSᵀᴹ

This blog talks about the elements and drivers for an IT/OT convergence from an industry point of view and details out five essential key considerations for successful IT/OT integrations.
In Manufacturing Industry, OEMs are the central focus of any analysis. And OEMs deal with partners for various purposes. For procurement, OEMs interact with strategic and transactional suppliers. For manufacturing OEMs interact with a contract…