Manufacturing on the Move insight series
New white paper series turns the spotlight on digital transformation in industry with key steps for getting on board. Start the journey here!
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Has all the talk around Industry 4.0 and digitalization left you disoriented, wondering which steps to take first? If so, you are not alone – and good news is on the horizon.
In the white paper series Manufacturing on the move, produced in collaboration with KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and IT analyst firm Radar, Tieto invites you to explore the transition to smart manufacturing from the vantage point of four essential building blocks.
Essential building blocks
Part 1: Business Model Change
In the race for innovation, industrial manufacturers are turning their focus from product-based to service-oriented business models. But how many are adopting this approach full-out? Is fear of failure the only obstacle to going “all in”?
This white paper explores the need for business model reinvention – as the first essential step to capturing the opportunities of Industry 4.0.
Part 2: Age of Ecosystems
Connected machines and people, smart products and digitally-enabled “things” are paving the way for a new manufacturing model – where business ecosystems are taking center stage.
What is an ecosystem? Think of it as an evolving network of perfect partners: the sub-suppliers, distributors, system integrators, product partners, customers and decision makers who enable your business to innovate and thrive in a technologydriven world. As information begins to flow seamlessly across value chains, stakeholders become more interdependent than ever.
Part 3: Intelligent factories
Before embarking on the road to smart manufacturing, companies both large and small,
need to have a clear idea of their current status. Next, they need to know where they want to be in the years to come. This is probably the biggest challenge facing companies today. Many business leaders have just a vague idea of where their operations are on the maturity curve.
In just a few decades, industrial manufacturing has changed dramatically in the continuous effort to keep pace with ever increasing market demands. Basically, this transition has occurred in three distinct phases, each with its own pathway to success.
The key for continuous competitiveness
The manufacturing industry is facing unprecedented change.
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