Digital Vs Non-Digital Manufacturing
13th Dec, 2021 - 2:00 PM
Discrete manufacturing is expected to witness an aggressive bounce back to normalcy as economies continue to open up. Accelerated globalization and the need for differentiation in product variants for customization are expected to drive heavy investments into technological transformation for discrete manufacturers. A core driver of this transformation is the need for improved information visualization - especially for multi-technology parts, as raw parts, production conditions, machine tools, utilization of assets, and finally all of them collating into improved GTM and customer satisfaction.
Organizations that have undergone digitization have been able to create smart, connected, customized products, assets, and operations that offer the potential of reducing time to market, gains in productivity, savings in costs, and opening new revenue streams. There is a clear difference in Digital & Non-Digital Manufacturing impacting Top line and Bottom line.
Against this context, India’s most rewarded business publication, and the No.1 business portal, brings to you the Mint Discrete Manufacturing Summit, in association with Infor (India) and AWS where we will hear business and tech leaders on the key trends to expect, learnings from the lockdowns and the road ahead for the discrete manufacturing industry.
Who should attend?
Accelerate your business with Infor and Amazon Web Services