Industrial equipments play a backstage role to the materials and goods that make modern life possible. Industrial robots keep the automotive industry moving, lathes and milling machines produce machine tools and parts, rotary separators help make mining more productive, paper machines are the foundation for newsprint production, heavy machinery makes modern road and building construction possible, and rolling machines transform steel into custom materials. The list is close to endless.
IT engineering and manufacturing leaders in capital equipment face many strategic and operational challenges, including cost and margin pressures, increasing competition from global and local players, emerging market complexity, global supply chains, and new technologies. These challenges by increasing efficiencies within each area of the product lifecycle management cycle—engineering, sourcing, manufacturing, and service—with each functional team working to achieve its own objectives.
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