Manufacturing must continue to do more with less, employing lean and agile techniques to optimize operations and maximize product availability. Manufacturing leaders must also satisfy shifting customer and regulatory requirements, drive product and process innovation, and anticipate the impact of potentially disruptive technologies on their business and operating models. Gartner research delivers the insight you need to assess your technology portfolio against your business strategy and help you understand barriers you must address.
Global logistics organizations must innovate and invest in new processes and technologies to remain relevant and competitive. Focusing myopically on cost reduction is no longer a valid strategy, and logistics organizations must concentrate more on enhancing differentiation.
Recent technology developments like the Internet of Things and 3D printing are redefining digital manufacturing. New emphasis on speed, productivity and sustainability provide strategists opportunities to innovate the role of production in the value chain. This creates new revenue opportunities and changes the competitive landscape. Few companies are prepared to sustain this shift. Gartner and The Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition (SMLC) explore the current and future possibilities of technology innovation on manufacturing strategies.View Now
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