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Micheal Cassidy, CTO Irish Manufacturing Research presented at a recent workshop event, hosted by Microsoft Ireland and eBECS, showing how the value proposition in Industry 4.0 encompasses the ability to increase the value-add opportunity for companies through the creation of additional value streams afforded by the creation and harnessing of manufacturing data.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, like its predecessors, is technologically driven and reaches beyond the walls of the factory to engage and empower consumers in the value-chain like never before. Manufacturing companies that adopt and deploy technologies to enable Smart Factories, Smart products, and Supply Chain Integration will realise the benefits of increased quality, productivity and open up opportunities for value-add services driving new revenue streams. Ireland is well positioned to become a global leader in this regard.

IMR is helping companies shape their business transformation journey to adopt and benefit from digitisation technologies.
For more information contact us info@imr.ie

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