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BCG report Data Excellence: Transforming Manufacturing and Supply Systems

Escrito por Agencias Externas el 16/02/2021 a las 17:30:45
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New Report from World Economic Forum, in Collaboration with Boston Consulting Group, Reveals Many Manufacturers Struggle to Implement Data-Driven Operations and Defines a Path Forward to Overcome Challenges.


The World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) are collaborating to understand challenges and support companies as they unlock the full value of data. Their findings appear in a new white paper, “Data Excellence: Transforming Manufacturing and Supply Systems”.


Nearly three-quarters of 1,300 surveyed manufacturing executives consider advanced analytics to be critical for success and more important today than three years ago. However, only a few companies capture the full value that data and analytics can unlock to help address manufacturers’ most pressing challenges. Less than 20% of surveyed participants prioritize advanced analytics to promote either short-term cost reductions or longer-term structural cost improvements. Only 39% have managed to scale data-driven use cases beyond the production process of a single product and thus achieve a clearly positive business case. Surveyed manufacturers cited various challenges that impeded their efforts to further scale and implement data and analytics solutions within their plants and across networks:

 

  • They struggle to prioritize the right value-adding use cases from a broad range of applications
  • They have not put in place technological enablers, such as data security or advanced algorithms
  • They lack critical organizational enablers, such as skills and capabilities and effective internal governance


The report, featuring insights from over 40 manufacturing organizations and leading academics and public sector representatives, identifies six priorities to capture value from data and analytics in manufacturing:

 

  • Define a data-to-value strategy and roadmap
  • Incentivize internal and external ecosystem partners
  • Build capabilities to capture and use data
  • Implement an open platform to unlock data silos
  • Enable connectivity for low-latency, high-bandwidth data flows
  • Ensure data security and privacy