From analytics and automation through AI, new digital skills and technologies are changing how manufacturers work. Here, we introduce you to Cognizant's digitally-powered, industry-specific capabilities that help transform manufacturing operations and processes.
Analyst firm CXP Group asked 250 European CxOs about how industrial companies can benefit from IoT.
Intelligent automation continues to be a top driver of the future of work, according to our recent study, and its benefits became clear in the pandemic. To reap the full advantages, businesses need to move from isolated to widescale deployment.
Businesses are under pressure to adopt industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 solutions to compete in a connected world. However, there is no secret that far too many of these IIoT initiatives fail to meet expectations.
How do you transform ERP backbones into systems of innovation? The solution relies on the convergence of customer-centricity, new technology adoption, and business model modernization. Only by connecting these disciplines, a company can deliver truly data-driven customer experiences. Modernizing your core by converting to SAP S/4HANA is key, says Client Partner Christian Staalby.
SAP customers have been given a deadline of 2027 to migrate to SAP S/4HANA. While it’s not a must (you have the option of extended support until 2030), companies should seriously consider what advantages a migration brings in terms of future-proofing the business.
Many businesses across the Nordic region are looking to capitalize on emerging opportunities in AI. However successfully implementing AI solutions, both into company operations and stakeholder interactions, first requires a deeper understanding of the problems at hand. This should be followed by rewiring the whole thought process you take towards tackling those problems.
Modernizing the application portfolio is a critical step in any cloud migration. Building agility, reliability and scalability into enterprise software will position organizations to respond more effectively to continuous change. And application modernization efforts don’t need to stop because of Covid-19; they just need to be re-imagined.
Industry 4.0 is on everyone’s agenda, but the progress of adoption has been slow. Why is that? Based on my over 30 years within manufacturing, I believe that the obstacles are about understanding the paradigm shift, organizational structure and lack of strategy. Here, I outline the most common problems as well as my tips on how to progress.
As value chains are becoming more complex, and customers expect more value for a smaller cost, Nordic manufacturing and logistics companies are looking for ways to improve planning, forecasting and customer knowledge. More and more are turning to AI and analytics, and the pandemic has further emphasized the need.
As European businesses assess the wreckage of the pandemic, the region seems more ready than ever to grasp the opportunities offered by digital tools and techniques and their role in the future of work, according to our recent Work Ahead study.
How are Cognizant helping Nordic organizations improve business, increase efficiency and reduce costs with the help of data and artificial intelligence? Learn from these companies that have embarked on their AI journey.
While Industry 4.0 as a concept has been with us for some time, successfully embracing it for business is a challenge. How do you go from strategy to execution? One way to do it is the new SaaS-based solution Factory Insights as a Service that supports the most common high-value digital transformation use cases.
To get ahead in the industrial space amid the prolonged pandemic, manufacturers must embrace holistic agility and resilience, and democratize access to applications and data. This whitepaper provides a roadmap ahead.
Covid-19 served as a wake-up call to manufacturers – one that has accelerated the need for digitalization. To find out what technology investments will propel manufacturers forward, we conducted ESI ThoughtLab. Learn more in our e-Book.
Principal Consultant Manufacturing, Cognizant Nordics
Cognizant’s global workforce of engineers, technology experts, and business consultants supports 8 of the top 10 automotive OEMs, 8 of the top 15 industrial manufacturers, and 5 of the top 15 chemical manufacturers. In the Nordics and Baltics, our delivery centers for business process services (BPO) is part of many clients’ digital transformation. Learn more at passionforservices.
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