Workplace 2025 - Manufacturing: The Essential Guide to Building a Future-Proof Workplace
Thursday 17th May 2018 at 10–10.45am GMT | 11-11.45am CET
A webinar for business and technology leaders in the Manufacturing sector

Presenters: Ravi Krishnamoorthi, Head of Manufacturing for EMEIA, Fujitsu and Klaus Holzhauser, Lead Analyst, Manufacturing, PAC

This webinar will provide essential insight and discussion on:

  • This 5 best practices that Manufacturers need to develop a secure, collaborative and productive digital workplace
  • How are Manufacturing organizations across EMEA addressing these changes? And how does your organization compare to that of your peers?
  • Real-life examples of organizations that have successfully laid the foundations for the future workplace, the results achieved and lessons learned.
  • What needs to be in place to create a workplace environment that will attract and retain the best talent entering the workforce over the next decade?

The Manufacturing sector is changing radically as the Internet of Things (IoT) enables smart factories and Industry 4.0 capabilities, such as predictive maintenance and servitization. These changes will drive the development of new business models as artificial intelligence (AI) and the rise of intelligent automation.

How prepared is your Manufacturing business for the important workplace shifts that will fundamentally change the way we work – and dictate how well equipped it is to compete – over the next decade? These issues need urgent attention. Manufacturers must start preparing now for the workplace of the future.

Join Ravi Krishnamoorthi and Klaus Holzhauser for an exclusive briefing on the findings from our Fujitsu Workplace 2025: Manufacturing Global Survey. Building on research based on over 1,200 interviews with CIOs, they will provide invaluable insight to help business and IT leaders in the Manufacturing sector create a workplace fit for the future.

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