As far as revolutions go, we remain in the infancy of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (aka Industry 4.0). A 2021 survey conducted by PTC found that the Industry 4.0 journey has been
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Revolutions, especially those that succeed, are generally big deals. The Fourth Industrial Revolution (aka Industry 4.0) is no different. According to a manifesto from the World Economic Forum (WEF), “The Fourth Industrial
Industry 4.0, the nickname given to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, has drawn a lot more attention thanks to the pandemic and the immense number of unfilled jobs in the manufacturing sector. “In
Industry 4.0 is a term coined by the German government as shorthand for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Analysts from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) explain the first three revolutions were driven by
Today, many business professionals rightfully view their operations in terms of ecosystems or value chains. For the business to succeed, all stakeholders in the value chain must also do well. Historically, this
The late Beatle John Lennon once stated, “Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.” If manufacturers didn’t believe that truism before, they certainly believe now it — thanks
Like other economic sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the manufacturing sector has had to reevaluate past business strategies to ensure they remain on track to survive and thrive in the post-pandemic