With signs of an upturn in the global economy and hopes for an increase in IT spending, we have completed a major end-user survey examining business outlook, and future IT uptake amongst the worlds leading 100 manufacturers.
Scope of this title:
This report involved a major end-user survey comprised of 100 global manufacturers. The interviewees included C-Level execs, CIOs and IT managers.
It covered 3 geographical regions including North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. This included batch, discrete and process manufacturers.
Highlights of this title:
Manufacturers are starting to see that their individual performance isnt the sole contributor to their success in the market. Companies are realising that partners play a critical role in bringing products to market. Areas such as supply chain planning are now becoming central themes as businesses look to work closer with partners.
Reasons to order your copy:
-- Understand the changing IT dynamics within the manufacturing industry across 3 global regions.
-- See the uptake and attraction to different technologies such as RFID, plant floor to top floor integration and grid/utility computing
-- Scope of this report
-- Research and analysis highlights
-- Optimizing existing investments remains a key focus for manufacturers, however there is increased activity around product-related processes as companies try to gain greater market share and drive revenues.
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