Sep 2016 - Business Strategy - Doc # US40539916
Business Strategy: Technology-Oriented Value Chain 2016–2017 Investment Guide
By: Kimberly Knickle, Heather Ashton, Fred Amoyaw, Arpana Bharti
This IDC Manufacturing Insights report presents IT budget benchmark data and priorities for the technology-oriented value chain (TOVC) — those manufacturers that must deal with the iterating cycles of key underlying technology (e.g., processors) and can have high levels of variation in supply, manufacturing, and demand, such as high-tech brand owners (original equipment manufacturers), semiconductors, and components.
According to Kimberly Knickle, research vice president, IT Priorities and Strategies, IDC Manufacturing Insights, "Manufacturers in the technology-oriented value chain must continue optimizing their IT resources and investing in IT to achieve digital transformation. This will allow technology-oriented manufacturers to make forward progress on top management priorities such as mitigating supply chain risk, new product development and introduction, and governance, risk, and compliance."
Global IT and economic markets, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, IT operations and implementation, IT planning and design, Operations and manufacturing applications, Sales operations, Supply chain management applications
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