Digital technology has changed the face of businesses. A digital transformation journey that creates long-term benefits requires a staged approach, with a clear roadmap and the involvement of a variety of stakeholders. Various manufacturing organizations have started to think about and started taking steps towards digital transformation journey. This is necessitated by the changing consumer expectation and it impacts the entire supply chain. So manufacturing sectors which do not directly sell to consumers are all impacted. Other drivers include enhanced efficiency, cost reduction and, in more mature stages, innovation and the development of new revenue sources in an age where data – and how it is leveraged – is the currency of automation, optimization and profound transformation. Just like many other industries, the manufacturing industry is diverse and moving at different speeds. While in general digital transformation strategy has been missing and initiatives have been ad hoc, things are changing in some areas but as we’ll see a holistic picture is still missing and the goals remain relatively traditional and isolated.
February 21, 2020
10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.India Standard Time
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
At whatever stage your organization is in its journey towards digital transformation, we welcome you to be part a focused discussion on the business impact, technology enablers and learn from the early adopters of the digital transformation strategy in our upcoming Life Sciences Digital Transformation Forum, This will be worth your time and learn from