Workplace 2025 Webinars: Manufacturing

By Kam Dhillon, - Future Workplace 2025 – Webinars

Manufacturing Webinar: How can manufacturers tackle the productivity and innovation gap?

The Manufacturing sector is changing radically as the Internet of Things (IoT) enables smart factories and Industry 4.0 capabilities, such as predictive maintenance and servitization. These changes will drive the development of new business models as artificial intelligence (AI) and the rise of intelligent automation.

How prepared is your Manufacturing business for the important workplace shifts that will fundamentally change the way we work – and dictate how well equipped it is to compete – over the next decade? The Fujitsu Workplace 2025: Manufacturing Global Survey exclusively reveals that:

  • 90 per cent see the complexity of current workplace technology as a barrier to productivity.
  • 64 per cent of respondents admit current cybersecurity approaches have a negative impact on productivity.
  • 22 per cent believe their current workplace approach has a negative impact on their ability to accelerate time-to-market for new products.

Join Fujitsu’s Head of Manufacturing for EMEIA Ravi Krishnamoorthi and PAC lead analyst for Manufacturing Klaus Holzhauser as they discuss the findings of the Workplace 2025 Manufacturing Global Survey in a live webinar that takes place at 10-10.45am GMT/ 11-11.45am CET on Thursday 17th May 2018 and provides critical insight and recommendations for business and IT leaders in the sector.

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