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Maggie Slowik

Senior Research Analyst

Maggie Slowik is a senior research analyst for IDC Manufacturing Insights EMEA. In this role, Maggie is responsible for executing research addressing supply chain planning & execution, innovation strategies, operations technology, and IT strategies, along with providing support to consulting projects for both vendors and manufacturers.  

Background

Maggie has worked in a variety of research capacities across supply chain, procurement, and IT audiences. Prior to joining IDC, she supported and advised senior supply chain and procurement executives on their most strategic challenges, including suppler-enabled innovation, driving and embedding sustainability, and talent management. She developed highly acclaimed insights on millennials at the workplace, with a nuanced investigation into attracting and maintaining millennial talent, and ways to diversify and build their long-term careers, presenting the results at conferences globally.

Education

Maggie is a native German speaker. She holds an MSc in applied research from Boston University, and an MA in literature from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

A Look at the Deployment of Robotics in European Manufacturing

Oct 2017 - Tech Buyer Presentation - Doc # EMEA43108517

by: Lorenzo VeronesiMaggie Slowik

This IDC presentation looks at the state of robotics deployment in European manufacturing companies, drawing from the findings of the recent IDC Worldwide Robotics Survey (2017). The focus is on the Western European sample, representing 125...
Robotics in Manufacturing: Are We Up for the Challenge?

Aug 2017 - Event Proceeding - Doc # EMEA42990317

by: Lorenzo VeronesiMaggie Slowik

This IDC Web Conference examines the impact and deployment of robotics as a key technology in manufacturing companies. While focusing on European survey data at first, the presentation discusses robotics trends worldwide and addresses the f...
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