A lacking data infrastructure and inability to effectively analyse vast swathes of intelligence, are among a host of challenges that are forcing global manufacturing firms to rethink their AI implementation projects.
In the first of this series of two articles on obstacles to companies adopting digital technologies, we focused on corporate culture, and the internal structural changes required to achieve digital success.
Manufacturers are invited to an immersive workshop to equip them with the tools they need to develop a digital strategy and unlock greater profitability, efficiencies, access to new markets and business insight.
The defining product of the digitalisation of manufacturing activities is data. Companies risk missing out on the opportunity to glean the maximum amount of information from their data and use it to drive their business towards becoming what SAP describe as an 'Intelligent Enterprise', a business whose activities are connected and transparent at every stage, from production to customer service.