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Edgewater Fullscope Blog

Why Top Manufacturing Trends Right Now Are Relevant to Any-Size Manufacturer

Jun 7, 2018 9:00 AM

Manufacturing leaders are increasingly hearing about IoT and Industry 4.0. They may be forgiven for wondering if they’re relevant to their particular business, the products they make in their particular market place, or even worth thinking about in these uncertain times. But manufacturers are also aware that they now operate in a business environment that is rapidly changing around them. Their businesses increasingly struggle to compete against organisations, which have achieved digital transformation in line with manufacturing trends. IoT and Industry 4.0 are gateway terms that - along with CRM implementation – are driving trends in manufacturing, which organisation decision-makers will have to address if they wish to realistically achieve measurable business outcomes in the new Industry 4.0 world.

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How CRM Can Help Manage Employee Expectation

Jan 19, 2018 8:34 AM

“Employees who are engaged and thriving are 59 percent less likely to look for a job with a different organisation in the next 12 months”*

Customer satisfaction is not just for external customers. The challenge for financial services firms is to find and keep talented employees, who are vital to the continuity and success of their business. Keeping those employees happy and engaged will help to retain them.

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Getting to the Heart of Data for Life Science Organisations

Jan 18, 2018 8:32 AM

“The New Health Economy will focus increasingly on paying for the value rather than the volume of medical care; in other words, it will be a more consumer-facing industry.”*

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Digital Transformation— A Necessity or Nuisance?

Dec 14, 2017 7:00 PM

In a recent article from Industry week entitled, Unmasking Digital Transformation: 6 B2B Drivers for 2018, they stated, "The reality is that digital transformation is no longer a "luxury to be addressed when companies get around to improving—it's now an imperative for bottom-line growth." This matter of digital transformation, although becoming increasingly popular, is still a notion that many business owners in the manufacturing industry fail to realize is critical.

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