Industrial Manufacturing

Overview

New strategies with a renewed approach for the Industrial Manufacturing industry

The next big shift in the Industrial Manufacturing industry is here. It is not just about quality and numbers, but also about adapting to the digital age of technology and information.

It is now necessary to be in sync with your customers’ requirements, as you can no longer expect them to just consume what you manufacture. At Infosys, we use cross-platform compatibility and collaboration to reach out to a wider client base and connect better with customers. Digital technology has helped us make the best use of analytics to improve our engagements. Our Project Driven Supply Chain (PDSC) and Service Transformation solutions are some examples of conceptualized and designed industry standard solutions.

Reducing costs and improving productivity are ongoing challenges in this industry, and are the focus areas of our strategies for renewal and improvement using Next Generation AMS. Modernization of legacy systems, reducing time to market through the use of agile practices, and automation in AMS engagements are also key opportunities.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just a buzzword; when used correctly, it can have a major impact on industrial manufacturing. It can help make the best use of the production line with the application of predictive maintenance and analytics. Further, the Next Generation Application is another area where we bring our “new” approach to make a difference.

Through the continuous use of digital technology, we ensure that business benefits are aplenty. These include a significant improvement in the Quality of Service (QoS) due to the efficiency of analytics, as well as a lower TCO and maintenance cost. A lower time to market also means an early realization of business value.

With the advent of digital technologies coupled with our new business models, our industrial manufacturing practice can help clients grow and prosper in today’s highly competitive marketplace.

Redefining Industrial Manufacturing

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