In order to meet customer expectations, industrial manufacturing companies must efficiently manage their inventory to fulfill global demand. Companies need to import and export goods by integrating physical containers with blockchain-based settlement, offer digital automation of their manufacturing ecosystem processes, and leverage predictive maintenance technologies.
Industrial manufacturing leaders face several challenges including inconsistent government regulations, new entry points for cyber attacks, and misalignment of data governance and conflicting performance metrics.
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Helping you embrace these trends while at the same time overcoming these obstacles
Global Trade Automation
Integrating physical containers with blockchain–based settlement for the import and export of goods
Leveraging reliability-centric, condition-based, predictive maintenance technologies and capability maturity models
Data & Analytics
Misalignment of data governance and conflicting performance metrics between product design, manufacturing, and fulﬁllment
Digital technologies offer new entry points for cyberattacks while hackers become more sophisticated and innovative
Inconsistent government regulations and standards, with ever-changing global trade restrictions and tariffs
Offering next-generation, digital automation of manufacturing ecosystem processes, leveraging industrial technology and innovation accelerators