How the Manufacturing Industry is Investing in Tech to Deliver on Digital Initiatives

How the Manufacturing Industry is Investing in Tech to Deliver on Digital Initiatives

How Your Peers Are Investing to Deliver on Digital Transformation in Manufacturing

Gartner research shows that 80% of CEOs are increasing digital technology investments to counter current economic pressures, including inflation, scarce talent and supply constraints. Of course, CIOs and other technology executives will be tasked with executing digital IT strategy.

Despite many in-progress digital initiatives, few are yet delivering the digital dividends that senior leadership expects.

Top Enterprise Priorities

Which technologies are most likely to be implemented by 2025?

Where will investments go in 2023?

For which technologies will more CIOs increase funding in 2023 compared to 2022?

What are the challenges while developing a vision for digital change?

What Can You Do Now?

Run workshops to align business objectives and priorities with digitalization possibilities.

Identify the developers of business unit IT, cultivate their trust and align these developers to the IT organization.

Invest in IT/OT alignment, analytics, and artificial intelligence to improve operational performance, increase employee productivity, and build closer relationships with customers.

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