TECH SUPPLIER Jun 2020 - Taxonomy - Doc # US44304120
IDC's Worldwide Digital Transformation Use Case Taxonomy, 2020: Technology-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, Reid PaquinResearch Director, Simon EllisProgram Vice President, Lorenzo VeronesiResearch Manager, EMEA, Robert ParkerSenior Vice President, Enterprise Applications, Data Intelligence, Services, and Industry Research, Shawn FitzgeraldResearch Director, Digital Transformation Strategies
This IDC study discusses how technology-oriented value chains (TOVCs) are on a mission to digitally transform to create integrated products and services in such a way that innovation accelerates and enables additional revenue throughout the product life cycle, without negatively impacting the ability to scale to profitable volumes.
According to Simon Ellis, vice president, IDC Manufacturing Insights, "Manufacturers in these value chains recognize what is needed to truly digitally transform and traverse their digital journey. This demands companies begin with a common definition of the mission, strategic priorities, and programs so that individual projects or use cases support the overall objectives and creates value across the ecosystem."
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 Service Innovation and Connected Products Strategies
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