How do leading companies drive sustainable business success? Tech-Clarity is conducting a research study on the challenges, strategies, and plans companies have to develop their products, services, workforce, and business for long-term success. We invite you to fill out this survey and as a thank you we’ll send you a copy of the final report. The survey
How can companies increase profits from smart products? Join our smart product webcast with PTC where we’ll review real data from our recent survey on companies’ level of involvement with smart products, quantified business results, and the opportunities and challenges of pursuing a smart products strategy. Register now to learn more insights on August 17th
Smart products are the new norm. How can manufacturers differentiate and grow profitability as even their smart products become commodities? Our survey of over 150 companies shows that manufacturers are targeting much larger goals as they mature their smart product strategies beyond their products by adopting smart, connected, digital business models. Please enjoy the summary*
With the crisis phase of COVID-19 passing, how are companies adjusting corporate strategies and priorities to address intensified business risk and disruption? How are they setting transformation strategies to ensure long-term business success and profitability in the face of rapidly evolving business models, new technology adoption, environmental concerns, socio-economic issues, and political uncertainty? We surveyed
How can manufacturers increase revenue or decrease cost with smart products like industrial machines, commercial equipment, and medical devices? This survey is now closed. Please see the results in Profiting from Smart Products or look for more survey opportunities here.
What does effective storytelling have to do with succeeding with Industry 4.0? Plenty. With the right narrative by level and function, the whole company can engage with Industry 4.0 strategy. At that point, everyone, whether top-level management or shop-floor workers, can buy-in. Once they do, they can participate effectively in setting the standards required to