Recent history has left many scars on the manufacturing industry. The industry was advised to advance their technologies and invest in new innovations. Due to the crash in 2008, most of the investments didn’t make their expected return. This leaves the industry with hesitency in investing further. But this is not a viable strategy.
We are in the era of Industry 4.0, which encircles the Internet of Things, advanced robotics, 3D printing and augmented reality.
This era requires the CxOs to ask themselves: Which technologies will have the best positive effect on my business? What risks are involved? What ROI can I gain? What’s the value potential?
You can improve your productivity, competitiveness and have the innovative edge by incorporating emerging technologies and embracing industry 4.0.
Supply chain management continues to be a key challenge in the manufacturing industry. Eventhough many companies make great strides to improve the efficiency, it generates increased complexity as a consequence. Our standards provide the perfect balance between keeping it simple while remaining efficient in the supply chain and any other aspect of the value chain.
We help manufacturing companies across the value chain to reforge and adapt their business models tailored for the challenges of today and tomorrow. This will allow you to find new routes to sustainable growth by providing you with all the tools you need.
Henrik von Scheel, the CEO of LEADing Practice, is one of the founding fathers of Europe’s digital agenda 2020 and Industry 4.0. His knowledge and research is incorporated in our standards, which are used to help you replicate and reuse industry practices, best practices and leading practices.
We differentiate as the only company specialized in enabling the manufacturing industry to apply standards and patterns of success to meet the disruption and challenges in every segment of the manufacturing industry.