Article written by Chris Rogers, Account Executive at sales-i.
After reading Randy Bean and Tom Davenport’s article on why Companies are Failing to Become Data-Driven, it was important to highlight how these findings tie into the manufacturing and distribution sectors around the globe.
Becoming ‘data-driven’ is something that every organization considers, because data has proven to be valuable for so many
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in manufacturing shows the greatest positive impact when compared to other industries. With documented success, why then are so many manufacturers slow to get onboard the AI train? And are those who have committed to AI reaping the full extent of the benefits it can offer?
58% of business and technology professionals are researching AI systems, yet only 12% are actively using them. (Source)
The modern workplace is teeming with tech. Businesses are constantly updating hardware and procedures to keep up with the latest developments and competitive edge over their competitors. Part of this development often discussed as Industry 4.0, is the integration of machine learning