Digital Transformation Starts with a Connected Workforce
The global pandemic has changed the way we work – and for many manufacturers, the change will be permanent.
The impact of COVID-19, and subsequent changes in how factories are located, staffed, managed and digitized, and how customers are supported, are placing pressure on operations leaders.
Collaboration and access to accurate information remain critical for frontline workers to help solve problems and increase productivity, yet many leaders are now faced with the reality of a distributed and remote workforce. Most industrial workers are frontline or field workers, whose day-to-day duties require that they physically show up to their jobs. Most of these frontline jobs cannot be done remotely, yet these workers still need access to digital information, guidance, training, and support, which was previously given in person.
Industrial companies of every size are now prioritizing their digital transformation initiatives in order to maintain business operations and business continuity. Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) are now central to the corporate innovation portfolio of any business leader and crucial to accelerating digital transformation efforts at a time when enterprises most need it.
In this free eBook, learn how industrial connected worker solutions that leverage AI and AR are helping companies accelerate their digital transformation efforts.