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Are you ready for digital transformation?

For years, digital transformation has been considered a new frontier for manufacturing and industrial operations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the series of subsequent supply chain struggles, it’s becoming apparent that digital transformation is no longer the next frontier; it’s the next normal. However, it is also a journey rather than a destination. As with any journey, you need to know where you are departing from, not simply where you intend to go before deciding on which industrial digital solutions are appropriate for you.

Assessing your level of digital maturity and readiness is an essential step prior to undertaking any digitalisation project. Although they sound similar, digital maturity and digital readiness are distinct; the former focusses on technological deployments, whereas the latter encompasses a review of enterprise-wide processes, skills and staff.

Discover you level of digital maturity and where you are in the digital transformation cycle

Getting started with food digitalisation

Getting started with food digitalisation

The food and beverage industry is one where innovation in product development or design can boast a significant competitive advantage. As such, it’s no surprise that food manufacturers are increasingly considering digitalisation of operations to augment adaptability, improve throughput and strengthen flexibility.

Digitalisation is a word that has been banded around a lot in industrial markets for the past few years, serving as a catch-all phrase encompassing everything that generates, records and communicates data. Unfortunately, as with most amorphous phrases, this leads to confusion among managers about how to introduce these technologies, which causes costly errors in implementation, such as overlapping data collection systems or introduction of technologies that do not serve a strategic purpose.

In our article on the Ideas Hub, we explain how food manufacturers can plan digitalisation in the most effective way.

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