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Industry 4.Now: From Transactional to Data-Driven Business Processes

Date:   Sep 28, 2020 - Sep 28, 2020
Time:   12:00 PM (EDT)

In an era of increasing business volatility, adaptability isn’t an option – it’s an urgent imperative. As customers get more demanding, they’re deciding who is nimble and responsive enough to deserve their loyalty. That’s why winning companies are committing to both process and progress and embracing the adaptability promises of Industry 4.0 and digitalization by going beyond digital manufacturing to connect each and every part of their businesses. SAP’s approach to Industry 4.0, Industry 4.Now, addresses three business priorities with one leading strategy: bring together manufacturing, logistics, sales, and services in an orchestrated way, combining manufacturing automation with enterprise business execution. It’s about bringing processes from the edge to the core and bringing the factory floor to the boardroom. In this session, we will focus on companies that have already embraced Industry 4.Now and how we can get you started in this journey. Discussion will delve more around best practices and case studies and how Supply Chain Canada members can begin to start their recovery and rebuilding through Industry 4.Now.

Speaker: Andy Hancock, North America Regional Lead – Digital Supply Chain & Manufacturing – Innovation and Industry 4.0, SAP North America

Andy Hancock is the North America Regional Lead for the Digital Supply Chain & Manufacturing – Innovation and Industry 4.0 responsible for helping customers realize their digital transformation through thought leadership, subject matter expertise and demonstrating the benefits of the portfolio within the enterprise and the ever-expanding impact of intelligent insights on the workforce and business processes.

This webinar is eligible for 2 CPD points under the CE-4 category; we kindly ask members to enter their activity independently following this webinar.


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