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Value Chain Digitisation: A Practical Roadmapping Guideline
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Value Chain Digitisation: A Practical Roadmapping Guideline

19 Seiten · 3,80 EUR
(August 2016)

 
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The manufacturing industry has undergone significant changes in recent years especially due to significant developments in the arena of information and technology. Digitisation increasingly penetrates into the field of industrial production. Especially high-technology corporations like Siemens, IBM or General Electric have accomplished significant steps on the way of digitising their value chains of product creation – and thus have set new standards for their industries (Baum 2013; McCormack 2014; Russwurm 2013).

At the same time, many others, particularly the small and mediumsized companies, trail behind, increasingly loosing pace. Many executives do not even see the importance of digitisation for the manufacturing sector (Ebner/Bechthold 2012).

However, digitisation is relevant and could be beneficial for every organisation. When implemented properly, digital technologies can help to exchange information rapidly, utilize huge amounts of data e.g. for forecasting purposes, and to control processes highly efficiently. Thus they can foster the agility, productivity and innovativeness of any producing company.


zitierfähiger Aufsatz aus ...
Digital Manufacturing
Christoph Haag, Torsten Niechoj (eds.):
Digital Manufacturing
the authors
Muhammad Ashfaq

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Haag
Christoph Haag

Hochschule Rhein-Waal, Fachbereich Kommunikation und Umwelt, Procurement and Value Chain Management

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