Servitisation and DigitalisationCombining servitisation and digital technologies is a powerful means to manufacturing competitiveness
Manufacturers have mega challenges, including customisation at speed and faster commissioning due to shorter innovation cycles. All of this falls against a backdrop of regulatory and environmental pressures - which demands a manufacturer's response.
Knowing where to place investment is tough but a targeted approach to embed the core components of a digitalisation strategy throughout a manufacturer’s operations will usually provide the biggest impact and highest yield long-term. A long term plan isn't today's plan; today you can start to make small decisions that contribute to the bigger picture . By standing shoulder to shoulder you won't be left to work out where to place to your investment and what this could solve today and in the long-term, nor would you be alone in measuring the success and dealing with any deficiencies. Instead, the funding and implementation risks are transferred to us, with payment only due once the level of pre-agreed savings is delivered.
This new relationship is not only maximising and accelerating such potential cost reductions, it is also embedding a big data infrastructure and the digital twin, which are the key components to a digital future – all underpinned by a tailored commercial model to meet the customer’s return on investment.
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