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IDC's Worldwide Digital Transformation Use Case Taxonomy, 2020: Asset-Oriented Value Chains in the Manufacturing Industry
By: Aly PinderProgram Director, Service Innovation & Connected Products, Jeffrey HojloResearch Vice President, Future of Industry Ecosystems & Product Innovation Strategies, Simon EllisProgram Vice President, Reid PaquinResearch Director, Lorenzo VeronesiResearch Manager, EMEA, Shawn FitzgeraldResearch Director, Digital Transformation Strategies, Robert ParkerSenior Vice President, Enterprise Applications, Data Intelligence, Services, and Industry Research
This IDC study discusses how asset-oriented value chains (chemicals, metals, and pulp/paper) are on a mission to digitally transform to develop a model for collaborative innovation.
IDC Manufacturing Insights Vice President Simon Ellis said, "Organizations in these value chains recognize that successful digital transformation is a journey and must begin with a common definition of the mission, strategic priorities, and programs so that individual projects and use cases support the overall objectives with a willingness to adapt to market changes and disruption."
Executive Information , IDC Manufacturing Insights: Global Digital Supply Chain Networks and Planning Strategies , IDC Manufacturing Insights: Worldwide IT Priorities and Strategies , IDC Manufacturing Insights: Worldwide Product Innovation Strategies , IDC Manufacturing Insights: Worldwide Service Innovation and Connected Products Strategies
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