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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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Webinar: Manufacturing Digital Dreams with Fullscope & AssureSign’s eSignature

Mar 22, 2018 6:00 AM

“Teamwork makes a dream work”

When you ask the CEOs of some of today’s most successful businesses, they’re likely to attribute much of their success and profitability to this or a similar ideal. In fact, one of the world’s largest tech companies—Microsoft—employs the teamwork = dreams work mentality in its One Commercial Partner group, where companies big and small can join forces to create and foster mutual successes.

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How Chemical Manufacturers Can Make the Switch from Product Seller to Solution Provider

Jan 16, 2018 8:22 AM

“Chemical companies have long struggled to make the shift from ‘product sellers’ to ‘solution providers’ in the customer-facing aspect of their business. Digitisation can make a big difference in this regard.”*

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How Manufacturers Can Make Use of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), Data and Security to Make Informed Decisions

Jan 10, 2018 8:23 PM

The IIoT is the manufacturers’ version of the Internet of Things, (think smart watches or smart fridges), where sensors embedded in technology collect data and analyse it. In the IIoT, these sensors can collect data from machinery on the production line to help with maintenance, prevent stoppages and increase efficiency. Data collected from the sensors, combined with data from CRM, ERP and other digitised services, can be analysed and will help to make the factory not only more efficient, but more effective too.

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Playing a “Joined Up” Team Game in the Industrial IoT - Don't Sit on the Bench!

Dec 11, 2017 7:00 PM

“Industrial Internet of Things” – Deal or No Deal?  Alongside “Industry 4.0”, it’s a question that manufacturers are increasingly being forced to consider. IIoT is one of the big financial boxes of future survival that every company player now needs to be opening up. But are some manufacturers dismissing it as the latest hyped up fad to distract them from getting on with business they know and trust? While others say “it’s all very interesting” and “yeah, they may take a look at some point - definitely.”

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4 Areas of Manufacturing that are Intelligently Impacted with IIoT

Aug 10, 2017 8:00 PM

Are you engaging your customers, empowering your employees, optimizing your operations and transforming your products so you can extend and evolve with IIoT? Your IIoT implementation needs to be flexible to allow the integration of your current devices, the cloud and solutions. Business processes are a continuous loop of feedback that push us for higher quality interactions and improvement on the flow of information. This, in turn, will drive greater service and operational excellence and will give you the ability to reengineer products faster.

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3 Benefits of IIoT for Manufacturing

Aug 3, 2017 8:00 PM

How's your market share? Are you delivering the new services offered by IIoT so you can create and compete with the new business models out there? Connect your operations and services so you can build on your existing technology, cloud-based technology and productivity software to seize greater market share in manufacturing.  Do you know what makes a successful IIoT platform? Read on for three components that can help you get there.

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