Industry 4.0 Implementation

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There are lots of people who say they can do it, but anyone who can step in and do it knowledgeably and credibly – and take the risk onboard – to give corporation a one-stop-shop and certainty of outcome, will get to the top of the pile

We collaborate, and scale relevant business solutions with Partners -technology Providers and Industry 4.0 equipment Suppliers- across a variety of markets;. As we know that in an asymmetrical marketplace where one-to-one relationships and transactions are no longer enough to meet the demands of Industry 4.0.

We bring forward a new way to work by fundamentally shifting the mindset from single companies building technology to a diverse crowd focused on quickly solving real-world efficiency and sustainability challenges, by bringing together a personalized experience with the collective intelligence of an open community of solvers, passionate about business process automation

Doing so allows you to devise Industry 4.0 solutions in innovative, better, and more competitive ways

The pace of tech and market trends is just too fast for any one player to cover the full spectrum needed to build a scalable solution. Knowing this, we design Smart Business Automation Technology, and software iteration, BASED ON CLIENT’S NEEDS AND PROBLEMS instead of simply building better technology


It should be to benefit from the enormous opportunities that technology can unlock. New technology can help companies increase sales by enabling them to better understand and meet the needs of customers, respond faster, and produce goods and services of higher quality. It can also help companies cut costs by streamlining processes, reducing the number of mistakes and the amount of waste, and outsourcing to specialist providers

Smart Business Automation Technology significantly compresses the time from creating the quote to the start of manufacturing – typically from days or weeks to hours or minutes.

Another important advantage is the automatic integration of data into a company’s manufacturing solution the instant a sales order is created.

Quote data, real-time sales orders, material masters, BOMs and routings are being directly integrated into ERP and CRM systems for immediate downstream processing, production scheduling and production orders.

This allows sales managers to analyse the data, determine trends and, by better defining workflows, increased the productivity of their sales teams across the globe.

Additionally, by incorporating business intelligence (BI) tools, senior management can gain a detailed understanding of the end-to-end lifecycle from quote to delivery, enabling intelligent management decisions to be made on product variants sold right the way through to delivery performance

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Business as usual simply won’t work in the Industry 4.0 economy. The hyper-connected world is too fast. We need a new approach — one that promises speed, agility, and the ability to see and address customer problems in a better way

The increasing use of automation, digitalisation, and artificial intelligence (AI) is inevitable, and the reasons are simple: it improves efficiency and it saves money (even though the initials costs can be large).

We now have a mixed community in the workforce, with school leavers working alongside people approaching retirement. We’re now asking staff to work with a collaborative robot (cobot), where extensive physical interaction is required.

The challenge lies in integrating smart machines in a way that is predictable, safe and maintains your ongoing operation while you’re busy conducting these very large experiments

Industrial markets are experiencing rapid change brought on by accelerated digitization and new technologies such as IoT, data analysis, and artificial intelligence (AI). Traditional industry boundaries are blurring at speed. Everyone is reimagining ways to design, build, and deliver products and services to customers and work with partners. How to solve specific business problems, while meeting rising customer expectations for greater customization and fast response? The answer lies in dynamic collaboration that can truly push forward the digital transformation of industry, new business models, and sustainable progress.

Some key technologies underlying Industry 4.0 include big data and analytics, autonomous robots, additive manufacturing or 3D Printing, augmented reality, the Internet of Things (IoT), mobility, and simulation, along with all the needed connectivity and cybersecurity to keep everything connected and secure – and running from the cloud. Each of these technologies is incredibly complex and is changing and growing at a rapid rate

Industry 4.0 is where digital and physical worlds converge to make these new products and services come to life. A dazzling array of smart, connected products and innovative services are making their way into homes and offices. Today, people can purchase a smart refrigerator that tracks the quantity and freshness of groceries and can re-order the weekly shopping list automatically. Smart watches track our activities and vital signs, and they can communicate important information back to health care providers and even call for assistance. In many major cities, almost any product or service is just a click away via a phone app – shoes, clothes, fridges, automobiles, dry cleaning establishments, house cleaning services, and home project task help are just a click away.


Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions are a key part of the digital backbone of a business. And, any business wishing to participate in this fourth industrial revolution must therefore purchase an ERP system that is built to leverage these same technology pillars that are driving Industry 4.0.

The ERP systems were also built to run on the premises of the manufacturer; and it should be designed and built to run in the cloud from day one. While legacy ERP systems were built to connect to external systems, the design model aimed to centralize all data and control inside these monolithic and centralized systems.

Manufacturing equipment has been connected to the manufacturing process via sensors and smart objects. Traditional manufacturing execution systems (MES) are giving way to more sophisticated and connected Industrial IoT manufacturing operations

While industrial IoT operations support traditional MES shop floor automation and control, they add the flexible communication and data collection protocols that are needed to interface with current and future manufacturing operations.

Being a cloud-native application means that the system can be accessed from virtually any location. Being in the cloud also means that the vendor is now responsible for all the data center operations, including infrastructure, security, redundancy, data backup and recovery, etc. This leaves the manufacturer free to work on creating, designing, and building products – not maintaining a data center.

The ERP system should also be architected to interact with external systems with application programming interfaces (APIs) available for any and all entities of the system. The extremely low cost of computers and the ubiquitous nature of network connectivity have given rise to the IoT and Industrial IoT. It’s now possible to make almost any product a smart, connected product.

We can extend the list of smart, connected manufacturing devices to drones, robots, and 3D printers. A manufacturing organization of the future might run with much autonomy from the point of sale, to product sourcing and creation, to delivery, and all the way through to the service provided to the customer. In the not too distant future, we can envision ordering a customer pair of shoes via an augmented reality application that allows you to pick the shoe colors and add-on features. This application then sends the order off to the factory where the customer product is manufactured by a combination of custom materials and a 3D-printed sole all matching your exact foot dimensions. After the manufacturing, the shoe is picked up by a drone and moved to the pack stations where a robot finishes the packing and drops it onto the warehouse robot where it is moved to the container for the requested delivery service. All these operations at this future manufacturing facility will have been orchestrated by the company’s ERP system.


Becoming a technology company for non-tech company should not be so much about unseating the leaders or even protecting turf. Instead, it should be about acquiring the crucial tools for pursuing opportunities in the digital age. Technology is one of those tools—it’s new technology platforms that give rise to entirely new offerings. But just as important is the mindset that enables companies to exploit the opportunities that technology presents. We think of it as a “restless change” mindset, a mix of intellectual attributes such as ambition, optimism, imagination, a questioning spirit, a tireless pursuit of new ideas, and a defiant persistence in the face of daunting odds. It is also this mindset that enables companies to attract good—even the best—people

However, it may not be the technology itself that turns out to be the real problem, but the attitude of employees entrenched in old ways of working, many of whom will need convincing of the need for radical change


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