Data Democratization: Unlocking the Value of Industry 4.0
June 16, 2020
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The democratization of manufacturing data will undoubtedly change the manufacturing landscape forever, transforming traditional manufacturing supply chains into dynamic, interconnected data systems that affect every stakeholder within the manufacturing life cycle.
It’s not just manufacturers that stand to gain. Legacy business and operational structures that are siloed, vertical, and compartmentalized will give way to horizontal, flexible, agile businesses more readily capable of being a part of one connected partnership ecosystem. A newfound ability to focus on what everyone does best will reveal opportunities for continuous improvement far greater than ever before.
Data democratization is a tremendous challenge. If achieved, however, the manufacturing industry will finally unlock the key to a more sustainable, resilient economy of the future.
- Why most manufacturers have difficulty delivering ROI and driving innovation at scale
- How data democratization insulates manufacturers from future crises and market variance
- Why sharing data can enable use cases like predictive maintenance and as-a-service business models
- MachineMetrics' three-step approach to maximize the value that can be driven with machine data democratization
VP of Marketing, MachineMetrics
Graham Immerman is VP of Marketing for MachineMetrics, Manufacturing's First Industrial IoT Platform for Machines. Graham has quickly become an authority on digital transformation and the application of IIoT technology for the manufacturing industry. He is an accomplished leader and experienced start-up veteran with an integrated background in digital, social, traditional, account-based marketing, growth strategies, and business development. Graham spent his early career working on Madison Ave. at global and boutique marketing firms to help craft successful digital marketing strategies for brands like Adidas, Reebok, H&RBlock, and Starbucks.