Manufacturing 4.0: Smart, Sustainable, Human
By Fujitsu ServiceNow
Change – and adapting to it – has become a constant in modern manufacturing, giving rise to a new generation of manufacturers who are driven by a desire to build a sustainable business for a sustainable future. But this requires investment and innovation, to equip your people and organization with the superpowers needed to navigate a future of change: resiliency, agility and capability.
Manufacturing 4.0: Smart, Sustainable, HumanMar 21, 2022
The Sustainable Supply Chain
The sustainable agenda is forcing all industries to assess every step and stage of their supply chain, with a greater onus on going green. While this might feel like an overwhelming undertaking, blockchain is offering one way of fixing this.
Let’s find out how you can make your supply chain more collaborative and transparent – so you can reduce your resource consumption. We'll also discuss the vital importance of transparency and value-driven collaboration in reducing risk and increasing resistance to dramatic change.
With the warming planet rising to the top of the world’s agenda, manufacturers will have a key role to play in reducing carbon emissions and realising a sustainable future. The increased focus on climate change puts manufacturing and heavy industry in the spotlight, but it also presents an opportunity for change. By putting the demands and desires of customers in relation to sustainability first, there is the chance to build a greener tomorrow, together.
We discuss how placing environmental sustainability at the heart of customer strategy can help manufacturers reduce costs of goods sold and create and maintain customer relationships built for the future. How can we achieve greater efficiencies and make customer experiences - from sales to service - more empathetic and sustainable, with the help of leading-edge technology?