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Digitized Manufacturing

Challenges such as supply chain instability, transportation, labor shortages and inflation are part of the challenges in the manufacturing industry.
The manufacturing sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in terms of technological adoption. Manufacturing can integrate all of its end-to-end processes under technology standards that allow it to have visibility into what is happening in production, administration, financial areas, suppliers and supply chains.
We present some trends in the manufacturing industry:

Consistent supply chains
As manufacturers actively recalibrate their supply chain exposure, many are turning to digital capabilities that can increase visibility into their supply network and improve control and coordination.
Replacing manual tasks with technology, artificial intelligence, data analytics and sensors can help supply chain managers identify patterns, predict purchasing demands and better manage inventory.


Connected ecosystems
Platforms can link the entire flow: supplier, customer and consumer chain by facilitating the secure exchange of data and experiences, fostering co-creation and co-innovation.


Sustainability in daily operations
Sustainability will undoubtedly be a major driver of change in the way manufacturing is done today. It is expected that companies will continue to seek to integrate more sustainable practices into their operations.
Customers are increasingly pushing for sustainability to be part of the service offering and are looking for support and information from suppliers to support these sustainability decisions. In this regard, the implementation of software that allows the environmental impact of products and services to be mapped will be on the rise.


Sustainable circular economy
The circular economy promotes sustainability by optimizing efficiency throughout the life cycle, reducing waste, costs, lowering the carbon footprint and associated processes of manufactured products, and leverages AI and machine learning to improve processes, optimize operations and obtain real-time information.
Manufacturers are moving towards these commitments by introducing operational changes throughout their value chain.

The constant change, growth and challenges in the manufacturing industry, forces it to achieve digital transformation, as it is crucial for any business that wants to stand out or achieve growth in this more and more digital industry.

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