Currently, many companies view digital transformation as being technology-driven. Machine learning, cloud architecture, predictive analytics, and IIoT platforms are just some of the technologies driving endless discussion among end users as well as fierce competition among solution providers. Often missing from these conversations is a focus on the human element of digital transformation. Where do people fit in? What changes will occur in the digitally transformed workforce?
This session will discuss digital transformation, and analytics specifically, from a human perspective. Rolls-Royce will outline how they use analytics for open collaboration to capture and drive best practices across 48 global sites, improving quality, cost, performance, compliance, and delivery. Dentsply Sirona will discuss how it has enhanced its manufacturing workforce and engineering teams using shop-floor IIoT and self-service application creation tools. Oxford Property Group will demonstrate how it integrates people and their workflows into digital twins and smart infrastructure to improve energy efficiency, emergency management, security, and maintenance of buildings and property.
As part of this discussion, ARC will also share its digital transformation workforce maturity model.