Sage
Business Management

What is the future of discrete manufacturing?

Provided by Sage

Category Business Management

Type Webcast

Publish Date May 17 2020

Overview

In this fourth industrial revolution, UK discrete manufacturers are looking for ways in which they can drive efficiencies, introduce new products and services for more sustainable revenues, and offer personalised customer experiences which stands out from the competition.

In this 30-minute webcast, Sage’s Ted Mellor and Sam Morrison discuss the new Sage-IDG research study which dives into the future of discrete manufacturing – and addresses how UK discrete manufacturers are…

  • Driving the green agenda through servitisation and the circular economy…
  • Tackling regional legislative changes, such as Brexit, GDPR and the US Cloud Act…
  • And driving digital transformation initiatives through advances in cloud, AI and automation.

The experts, joined by CIO contributing editor Doug Drinkwater, also discuss the impact of Coronavirus on manufacturing operations, the changing requirements around ERP and offer some practical tips for business and IT leaders on how they can build the future of manufacturing today.

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