TECH BUYER Oct 2021 - IDC FutureScape - Doc # US47219421

IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Manufacturing 2022 Predictions

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Jan Burian
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Simon Ellis
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Jeffrey Hojlo
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Stephanie Krishnan
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Lorenzo Veronesi
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Stefanie Naujoks
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Aly Pinder
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Kevin Prouty
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Sampath Kumar Venkataswamy
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Reid Paquin
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Table of Contents

IDC FutureScape Figure

Figure: IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Manufacturing 2022 Top 10 Predictions

Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

Summary of External Drivers

Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers

Prediction 1: By 2023, 40% of G2000 Companies Will Develop All New Processes as Remote-First Designs, Compared with the Very Limited Number of Remote-First Processes in 2020

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Prediction 2: By 2023, 50% of All Supply Chain Forecasts Will Be Automated Using Artificial Intelligence, Improving Accuracy by 5 Percentage Points

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Prediction 3: By the End of 2023, 65% of G2000 OEMs Will Offer Flexible Service Products Going Beyond Standard Contracts and Consumables to Achieve 90%+ Customer Retention and Increase Service Margins by 5%

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Prediction 4: By 2027, 40% of Organizations Will Utilize Vision Analytics in Operations, Moving Beyond Quality Inspection and Security Use Cases to Those Focused on Performance, Experience, and Safety

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Prediction 5: By 2024, 40% of Manufacturers Will Share Data in Their Ecosystems (Partners, Customers, Suppliers), Thereby Improving OEE of Their Factory Operations on Average by 10%

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Prediction 6: By 2024, Driven by the Global Pandemic, 50% of Industrial Manufacturing Organizations Will Have Invested in B2B Digital Commerce, Thereby Improving Sales and Marketing Effectiveness by 15%

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Prediction 7: By 2023, 30% of Manufacturers Will Share Applications with Industry Ecosystem Partners to Improve Visibility and Operational Efficiency and Ensure Safety, Security, and Quality

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Prediction 8: By 2025, over 60% of Organizations Will Rely on Low-Code Platforms and Tools to Build Smart Custom Applications That Can Support Connected Manufacturing Needs While Reducing Deployment Efforts by 33%

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Prediction 9: By 2023, 50% of G2000 Manufacturers Will Adopt an API-Led Integration Strategy to Link Applications as a Single Platform to Improve Agility and Visibility Across Organizations

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Prediction 10: Driven by Increased Demand for Environmental Accountability in Manufacturing Ecosystems, by 2025, 40% of G2000 Manufacturers Will Use Traceability Technologies to Mitigate Risk and Boost Transparency

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Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

Digital Ecosystem — Thriving in a Multiplatform World

Embracing Digital First — New Strategies for Complexity and Ubiquity

Globalization 2.0 — Shifting Strategies for Materials, Machines, and Workers

Intelligence on Demand — Navigating the Torrent of Data

Pervasive Disruption Continues — Volatility, Opportunity, and Resilience

The Future Enterprise — Thriving in a Jungle of Agile Innovation

The Velocity of Connectedness — The Future Is Data in Motion

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