Over the next decade, manufacturing organizations will face a dramatic labor shortage. How bad will it be? A recent Deloitte manufacturing industry study warns that the industry will have 4.6 million jobs to fill between 2018 and 2028, but will likely only be able to fill 2.2 million of them.
To combat the labor shortage, experts advise manufacturers to digitize more manufacturing processes and data using mobile technology; this will make existing workers highly efficient and allow manufacturers to stretch resources. At the same time, these Industry 4.0 advancements will help with overall production and inventory operations, boosting bottom line results.
Practical Steps for Digital Production at Your Organization
This white paper looks into what’s holding manufacturers back, why the case for moving to digital is so compelling, and how companies can finally make Industry 4.0 a reality at their organization.
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