Technology as a Service in Discrete Manufacturing

The benefits of Connected Planning to a technology-as-a-service business.

Finding the best way to fulfill demand

Over the next decade, 90% of the growth in discrete manufacturing will be captured by companies that successfully balance products and services to meet both existing and future customer needs. For discrete manufacturing companies, achieving new business models requires new, connected business capabilities to change how organizations plan their end-to-end product development, production, commercial, and fulfillment activities.

Inside this paper you’ll find:

  • Three key trends shaping the discrete manufacturing industry.
  • Top challenges and opportunities facing business today.
  • The benefits of Connected Planning to a technology-as-a-service business.
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