Gartner Research

Manufacturing Excellence Is a Sustainable Supply Chain Capability — Not a Site Project

Published: 13 November 2015

ID: G00292413

Analyst(s): John Johnson , Rick Franzosa , Simon Jacobson


Organizations injecting technology into factory of the future initiatives must shift the manufacturing excellence focus from site-centric successes to systemic improvements of manufacturing capabilities across the supply chain.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Excellence Is No Longer Defined Solely by Site-Level Efficiency
  • Provide All Stakeholders an Understanding of How Increased Technology Will Benefit Their Role and Decision-Making Capacity

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