Manufacturing companies nowadays are going through a paradigm shift to stay relevant, innovative and competitive. One of the biggest challenge is how to implement technology and Internet of Things, to follow Industry 4.0. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is digital transformation and ongoing automation of the traditional manufacturing practices, using modern smart technology.
Technology is advancing and the demand is increasing. Manufacturing companies are under more pressure to fulfill large orders and deliver one-time, or customers move elsewhere which created a tougher competition and leveling up the standards. Organizations now can navigate suppliers from all over the world.
At Coberg, we work with manufacturing companies to identify processes bottlenecks and challenges that can help in decreasing operational cost and avoid maverick buying, accordingly leading to better operational success and better use of the data.
Data-driven culture matters. Being objective about processes and what to digitally transform matters. Enterprises that implements a data culture will stay true and objective about their business problems; being able to answer questions like what is the problem? what can be done to solve it? – most of the enterprises nowadays have lots of data but this doesn’t mean that it means something. To use the data, you need to have solid foundation, and to have a solid foundation, you need to use the data creatively.