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Making smart manufacturing a priority

89% of the companies in our research told us they had a clear strategy for smart manufacturing, but levels of adoption and momentum vary.

Download our research to learn how organisations are using smart technologies to generate data and improve processes, drive their sustainability agenda and utilise connected workers to boost productivity and safety.

Ready to implement your smart manufacturing strategy?

Discover where you place compared to other life sciences organisations.


of life sciences organisations told us that big data analytics is crucial to the success of their smart manufacturing strategy.


of respondents told us that sustainability is business-critical for their organisation.


say sustainability is their main driver for pursuing smart manufacturing projects.


of respondents from organisations with over 2,000 employees said improving safety was their most highly anticipated outcome of smart initiatives.


of organisations with over 5,000 employees said a lack of experienced talent is a major barrier. Larger life science organisations are finding it difficult to find the talent they need to implement their plans.



Tracy Woods

Head of Life Sciences Consulting, Cognizant

Ajit Yeole

Senior Director, Life Sciences Manufacturing, Cognizant

Harry Mossman

Client Partner, Life Sciences Consulting, Cognizant

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