Using Connected Manufacturing to Overcome a Disrupted Life-Sciences Reality

Webinar Available On-Demand

By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Market Analyst

The current pandemic has fundamentally shifted the need for modern manufacturing. Even while some manufacturers are maximizing production to deliver critical medical products, others are operating with skeleton crews to ensure business continuity.

I was recently joined by James Zhang, VP Market Development at PTC, in a Straight from the Source Webinar in our Series focusing on Technology’s Role in Overcoming a Disrupted Life-Sciences Reality. 

Connecting manufacturing equipment, people and process is enabling companies to improve resilience by increasing process visibility, efficiency, and throughput, while maintaining social distancing. Companies that have been impacted by reducing hours or shutdown, are leveraging this time to revisit their digital strategy for the shop floor.

“Companies have already been actively pursuing digital transformation prior to the pandemic, but the strains of COVID-19 and the economic uncertainty have forced them to accelerate transformation journey in factories,” said Zhang. The resilience and double-digit financial impact that digital transformation initiatives provide are more critical than ever whether the company is struggling with reduced demand or accelerated production. The companies that focus on transformation in the face of current market conditions will emerge in a stronger position than those remain tactically focused,” added Zhang.

Companies that balance their immediate priorities with new, strategic initiatives, stand to gain significant advantages as conditions normalize. Watch this webinar on-demand as we discuss:

  • The Need for Visibility, Collaboration and Control – Today and in the Future
  • Driving Operational Effectiveness During COVID19 and Beyond
  • Regulatory Support in Times of Crisis
  • Learning from Success: How Manufacturers are Rising to the Challenge of Operating in the New Normal.
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