IDC European Manufacturing Executive Digital Forum - November 2020

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Don't miss the online live event DIGITAL INDUSTRY | November 24, 2020 / 9:45am BST (10:45am CET)

Manufacturing Resilience to succeed in the “next normal”

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on manufacturing is long term and far-reaching. It not only impacts the operations and financial stability of manufacturing companies but also their technology suppliers.

The post-pandemic world will see a new normal of manufacturers focused on remote capabilities in operations, product innovation, supply chain, and customer management.

That focus will drive significant investment in process automation, centralized asset monitoring and diagnostics, and cloud-based collaboration tools.

The goal will be to support resiliency in all aspects of the business, as well as resilient decision making.

During the IDC European Manufacturing Executive Digital Forum 2020 we will look into what “next normal” means to manufacturers, why the business case for digitalization is stronger than ever and how technology can demonstrate value to the business.

We look forward to connecting with you soon!

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Provider: I.D.C. Central Europe GmbH   |   Language: English
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