Embracing a service-based approach has been a priority for many manufacturers this year, as it can boost and/or open new revenue streams and help strengthen customer relationships. Here are The Manufacturer’s top servitization stories of the year!
The global population is projected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050. Ensuring an adequate, sustainable and secure supply of food is one of the great issues of our time. Maddy White reports on how a service-based approach could solve the question of how to feed the planet.
As we start to witness the widespread adoption of digitalisation – the technology focus behind Industry 4.0, Siemens UK’s Steve Martin outlines how the company’s ‘outcome based’ service proposition, allied to industrial digital technologies, is set to revolutionise its relationship with the food industry.
As a manufacturing service provider, G&B is seeing rising demand for servitization to create a more productive & lean supply chain strategy for its clients.
Laura McBrown discusses some key points G&B Electronic Designs Ltd has learnt as it offered servitization to its clients, and added value to its core manufacturing business.
Top tips to guide your business through how to keep costs low and achieve success in a servitization model.
Nick Frank and Dave Hogan of Hennik Edge, The Manufacturer’s networked expert advisory team, reflect on how to grow your business through data-driven services by first thinking about how they would benefit your customers.
In the past few years, the function of a manufacturer has drastically changed. With a growing number of businesses in a variety of sectors, from lighting to plastics and the farming industry, stepping into the services field, what manufacturers can now offer has transformed.
By adopting a digital, cloud-first strategy, Daikin Applied UK has created a truly connected customer value chain and a market-leading competitive advantage.
Eight out of 10 manufacturers believe using technologies to servitize their company will help broaden their customer base. But, if your business has never offered a service-based approach before, how can servitization be introduced?
The way manufacturers talk about servitization these days, you’d think it was something new and shiny, but it’s as old as razor blades. Nick Peters reports on the background of offering Products-as-a-Service.
Service-based models are increasingly being integrated into businesses, as manufacturers look to retain and strengthen customer relationships. Lighting manufacturer Lumenstream are hoping to “disrupt” the industry with their servitized approach.