From analytics and automation through AI, new digital skills and technologies are changing how manufacturers work. Yet leadership in the digital economy requires more than smart factories and integrated systems. It also demands new capabilities that empower you to make critical business decisions based on real-time contextual data.
It’s the biggest opportunity of the age and Cognizant is here to help you make the transition effectively.
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Corwin van Heteren
Head Manufacturing Benelux
American Global Tools Manufacturer implements Industry 4.0 technology to realize efficiencies and increase productivity in its global manufacturing operations.READ THE CASE STUDY
A leading heavy equipment manufacturer sought to overhaul its approach to telemetry to better utilize analytics and drive innovation.READ THE CASE STUDY
Humans and robots working together will help manufacturers gain significant business advantages. The blend of robotic and human capabilities should be seamless. Each helps the other be more productive. Humans and robots may work together anywhere there is a flow of materials, from the production line to the warehouse.WATCH THE VIDEO
It’s not easy to conceive of new ways of running your manufacturing operations. It’s harder still to engage your organization in a program of disruptive change, particularly if the process and technology is advancing manufacturing to new levels expected with Industry 4.0 strategies.WATCH THE VIDEO
Five guiding principles for leveraging full-lifecycle product data across the product ecosystem.READ THE WHITEPAPER
Manufacturers recognize the disruptive potential of blockchain to streamline complex supply chain operations. Yet, most manufacturers are not moving aggressively to prepare for the transformative changes that blockchain will bring.