Why This Webinar Panel Discussion?
The high-tech manufacturing industry is facing massive disruption due to a culmination of factors. Organizations are under immense pressure to change to cope with the new post-pandemic normal, changing consumer behavior, and the constant supply chain disruptions. In order to thrive, they must learn how to adapt and be nimble, and digitizing their business capabilities is the key. This will enable them to lay the groundwork to leverage the 4th industrial revolution to their benefit as trends like blockchain, IIoT, and drones etc. go mainstream.
In this webinar, we will discuss the role of connectivity which is at the heart of this disruption which will allow people, processes, and technology to seamlessly work with each other to accelerate the modernization of high tech manufacturing organizations.
The Key Take-Aways
Dramatic marketplace shifts demand transitions to a platform approach to achieve the agility required across every stage of partner (3rd party logistics, contract manufacturers), suppliers, and customer interactions
Smart manufacturing - As organizations modernize applications like Enterprise Resource planning(ERPs), Manufacturing Execution Suite (MES) etc., there is an increasing need to break down the traditionally siloed nature of operations across these which will create game changing digital capabilities to differentiate organizations and enable agility
Only 1% of supply chains are digital today, but it's forecasted to be 23% by 2025. This is essential to mitigate risks emanating from geopolitics, natural disasters and the growing need for a diversified supplier network. We will look at how data, AI/ML and Predictive analytics will drive the modern autonomous supply chain.
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This Webinar is in Partnership with
MuleSoft's mission is to help organizations change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world's applications, data and devices. With its API-led approach to connectivity, MuleSoft's market-leading Anypoint Platform™️ empowers thousands of organisations to build application networks.