The rise of Industry 4.0 and its rapid adoption by manufacturers globally has made it possible to gather and analyze data from connected devices and machines enabling improved business decisions to maximize efficiency, enhance customer experience and achieve competitive advantage. Companies today face a formidable challenge to bring together disparate systems, intelligent platforms, smart products, automated shop floors, dynamic supply chains and connected services into a completely digitized value chain.
ITC Infotech’s Digitaligence@work infuses technology with domain, data, design, and differentiated delivery to address these challenges of digitization, industrialization and optimization, to bring in enhanced efficiencies from their technology investments and large-scale outsourcing programs.
ITC Infotech participated in PI PLMx, Hamburg, Germany.
At our booth our experts showcased solutions that help differentiate and disrupt businesses and give a competitive edge.
Connected Services – a proactive service model aimed at improving efficiency, profitability & customer satisfaction through optimization and improvements in after-market services.
PTC ThingWorx Navigate – allows self-serve of product data sourced from multiple systems in a simple, role-based interface
ASPICE Solution – for the Automotive Industry
Energy Analytics Solution – powered by PTC ThingWorx IOT Platform, provides data-driven intelligent analysis and visualization of energy use productivity through a Dashboard on a real-time basis.
Our client KONE presented a session titled Product Life Cycle Management – Need for evolution or revolution?
Product life cycle management and PDM has been on the table of companies for decades. Should it not be complete already, is there still need and room to invest in PLM? Or is PLM continuously evolving according to growing business needs and evolving product roadmaps. During this presentation Petri Hassinen explores what are the driving forces to consider for future PLM success and how emerging technologies are shaping companies. Presentation is based on practical experiences in large scale PLM deployments and future outlook of business technologies shaping enterprises. Is it time to get C-level interested in PLM, or is mission already accomplished?
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