Digitalization Challenges and how we can solve them!

Digitalization Challenges and how we can solve them!

With great modern digitalization can come amazing benefits and innovations. But it can also create problems and open doors of a whole new set of issues for your business to encounter. Perhaps the greatest challenge of digitalization is the forced adaptation of companies into the digital world. Those who can’t adapt in time get left behind. When it comes to processing work orders a lot of issues can happen like lost packages, the orders not being processed, late shipments and other dis organizational problems. A simple change in strategy may not be enough to solve the issue, a modern problem like this requires this requires a modern solution. Check out our site https://checkmobile.com/lc/  and see how we have helped numerous companies thrive in the digital work. Come see what we have to offer and join the workflow movement! 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2019/09/26/realizing-the-promise-of-industry-40-takes-a-digital-transformation-village/#6af8969c7a09

 

What’s needed to make in the new digital age of what Forbes calls “Industry 4.0”? 

A common agreement between vendors over standardized connectivity and enable compatible across respective solutions.

An extensible edge computing platform architecture.

Interoperability between Industry 4.0/IIoT solutions and semantic models of assets (products).

Tight collaboration between OEMs and Operators to unlock potential and value for all.

To achieve this, a new paradigm is needed wherein customers (operators) and their trusted vendors of assets (OEM’s), and solution providers work together to deliver  open, interoperable and compatible platforms & solutions to collaborate content and data securely.

 

https://e3zine.com/2019/09/19/dsag-companies-digitalization/ 

Excerpts from the article: 

 

  • biggest challenges include a lack of staff and financial resources (42%) and an under-developed digital corporate culture (38%). Other obstacles cited by respondents include staff’s resistance to change and rigid organizational structures

  • digital corporate culture could refer to how the company runs their business, as in they are not adept in the digital processes that make modern businesses run smoothly and efficiently in the digital world 

 

  • 41% of companies have either completed or are in the process of completing efficiency projects. 

  • There’s a desire to move in the digital arena, however, companies are unsure of where to even begin and the cost can be a major deal breaker for the smaller companies. That’s where we can step in and position ourselves. Not as consulting, but as the SOLUTION 

 

Solutions that we can bring: 

  • Better integration 

  • Enhanced functionality 

  • Scalable and easily implemented solutions that work 

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Digitalization Challenges and how we can solve them!

With great modern digitalization can come amazing benefits and innovations. But it can also create problems and open doors of a whole new set of issues for your business to encounter. Perhaps the greatest challenge of digitalization is the forced adaptation of companies into the digital world. Those who can’t adapt in time get left behind. When it comes to processing work orders a lot of issues can happen like lost packages, the orders not being processed, late shipments and other dis organizational problems. A simple change in strategy may not be enough to solve the issue, a modern problem like this requires this requires a modern solution. Check out our site https://checkmobile.com/lc/  and see how we have helped numerous companies thrive in the digital work. Come see what we have to offer and join the workflow movement! 

https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2019/09/26/realizing-the-promise-of-industry-40-takes-a-digital-transformation-village/#6af8969c7a09

 

What’s needed to make in the new digital age of what Forbes calls “Industry 4.0”? 

A common agreement between vendors over standardized connectivity and enable compatible across respective solutions.

An extensible edge computing platform architecture.

Interoperability between Industry 4.0/IIoT solutions and semantic models of assets (products).

Tight collaboration between OEMs and Operators to unlock potential and value for all.

To achieve this, a new paradigm is needed wherein customers (operators) and their trusted vendors of assets (OEM’s), and solution providers work together to deliver  open, interoperable and compatible platforms & solutions to collaborate content and data securely.

 

https://e3zine.com/2019/09/19/dsag-companies-digitalization/ 

Excerpts from the article: 

 

  • biggest challenges include a lack of staff and financial resources (42%) and an under-developed digital corporate culture (38%). Other obstacles cited by respondents include staff’s resistance to change and rigid organizational structures

  • digital corporate culture could refer to how the company runs their business, as in they are not adept in the digital processes that make modern businesses run smoothly and efficiently in the digital world 

 

  • 41% of companies have either completed or are in the process of completing efficiency projects. 

  • There’s a desire to move in the digital arena, however, companies are unsure of where to even begin and the cost can be a major deal breaker for the smaller companies. That’s where we can step in and position ourselves. Not as consulting, but as the SOLUTION 

 

Solutions that we can bring: 

  • Better integration 

  • Enhanced functionality 

  • Scalable and easily implemented solutions that work 

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