Cimlogic to Address the Future Importance of Digital Manufacturing at Customer Conference Event

Post by Claire Healey on Tuesday 14th June


14 June 2016

Cimlogic, the experts in Manufacturing Operations Management Solutions will host their first ever customer conference event at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester on 21st June 2016.

‘Destination 4.0’, a one-day event will take a detailed look at the manufacturing industry hot topics and key trends such as; Industry 4.0, The Internet of Things (IoT), Operational Excellence, Smart Manufacturing, and Connected Data, and why these industry terms are becoming increasingly important to the continued success and competitiveness of today’s global manufacturer, in the dawning of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Cimlogic will showcase their 19 years’ experience in the Industrial Automation and Information Technology sector with compelling presentations and interactive breakout sessions to help customer’s from a wide range of sectors including Food and Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Customer Packaged Goods, Animal Nutrition and Petrochemical understand the concept of Industry 4.0 and the future implications it will have on all aspects of their businesses.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly changing the way manufacturers operate, bringing a real opportunity to achieve new heights of operational innovation and operational excellence.

Industry 4.0 technologies will enable manufacturers to have full visibility of operations and allow them to be responsive to information about raw materials, inventory, quality, waste, output and customer demands, ensuring that opportunities for improvement are highlighted and action is taken, saving money, time and improving customer satisfaction and supplier relations.

The connectivity of equipment, people, processes and supply chains all make up the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0. The emergence of this new era of embedded technology means that information on how these things are integrated together is available at your fingertips. For manufacturers to compete effectively in the ever changing global market place, full advantage of this available technology will need to be taken. Access to meaningful data means a better view of operations, allowing for better analytics and real-time responsive decision making to drive continuous improvement and operational excellence.

Mike Hodge, Chief Executive Office at Cimlogic says: “According to analyst’s research, the manufacturing industry will be the largest beneficiary of the internet of Things, and so it’s definitely something that we all need to pay attention to.

Cimlogic have in fact been integrating technology in the domain that is Industry 4.0 for some time now and we are committed to providing continuous Manufacturing Operations Management Solutions and integrated technology tools to help drive our customers on their journey towards ‘Destination 4.0’.

The customer conference is an ideal place to bring together our valued customers and expert staff under one roof, to discuss the adoption of the very latest technologies and processes, to network, collaborate and share our experiences and challenges in the current manufacturing climate.

The way people consume products and services is changing so much, as demands for goods in all shapes and sizes is ever increasing. Manufacturers have to respond quickly to these changing market conditions and in the most efficient way. Adopting Industry 4.0 technologies will most definitely assist in the positive response to these market changes to future proof manufacturing operations and to inevitably drive sustainable growth and innovation.”

For more information about the Cimlogic conference please visit

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Cimlogic are exhibiting at the following events this year:

PPMA Total Show – Sept 27-29 2016, NEC Birmingham

Smart Factory Expo –Nov 2016, NEC, Birmingham




For further information about this story please contact Claire Healey at Cimlogic Ltd on 01274 599955 or email


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