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Industry leaders are turning to digital solutions to fill one of the biggest gaps in manufacuring – the problem of variability. Especially, in the last-mile.
A recent study revealed that while 81% of executives cited Digital Adoption as a differentiator, only 20% rate their transformation strategies as effective.
80% of all industrial projects lack a real-time connect between the field and the office.
Labor Productivity has increased by only 1% annually in the last two decades.
80% of employees waste an average of 30 minutes per day retrieving information.
Digital Transformation will empower 500 million deskless workers across process and manufacturing industries. Industry 4.0 will be driven by the Connected Worker and Connected Workplace.
Workers have have a clear understanding of protocols with digital documents and quick access to experts.
Every worker feels valued, appreciated, and involved with digital connectivity and transparency.
With aggregated data from machines, ERP systems, field reports, and tribal knowledge, everyone works with a single source of truth.
Stakeholders will be able to identify problems before they become issues and foster a proactive vs reactive culture.
Live updates from the job site, compliance monitoring, and quick corrective measures establish a proactive safety culture.
Real-time KPIs measure live event statuses and allow automated coordination between all stakeholders on and off the field.
Digital workflows enable enterprise-wide alignment and optimized resource management to unleash growth.
All systems and solutions are connected to provide stakeholders a single source of truth.
Asst. Manager, Civil Maint, BPCL (MR)
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