Manufacturers have a massive opportunity to make innovative products with new levels of personalization and efficiency. Digital skills and technologies are changing how manufacturers work. Yet, leadership requires more than smart factories and integrated systems. It also demands new capabilities that empowers to make critical business decisions based on real-time contextual data.
Jeremy VanhoegaerdenHead of Manufacturing Belgium, Cognizant
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