Initially used for accessing and sharing data, cloud computing now allows manufacturers to connect machines, materials, and people in real time. So, why now?
Cloud computing offers the opportunity to invest in collaborative, time-saving applications which contribute to reduced costs and improved communications across the business.
Connect your Edge and IIoT devices via the cloud, enabling you to take advantage of enhanced analytics and AI capabilities.
With reduced overheads for installation and deployment, production and operational costs are lowered, enabling more efficient manufacturing cycles.
All employees (and partners/suppliers) can have access to the same information, offering ease of collaboration, transparency and visibility. Break down silos with all stakeholders accessing the same data pool.
Effective tracking and traceability across networks
Managed by the cloud provider.
Scalability and on-demand delivery
Additional computing power, when you need it. Upgraded software availability, dependent on operational requirements, on-demand. Flexible pricing options depending on usage.
Efficient data management
Store and manage data securely in the cloud, allowing all levels of the supply chain access to relevant information.
Reduced capital expenditure
Expensive infrastructure and hardware investment is no longer needed before the benefits of digital manufacturing can be realised.
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