Rockwell Automation: Using the Connected Enterprise to drive productivity

Successful 4IR programmes do not begin with a desire to implement a particular technology, but with a plan to address particular opportunities. For Rockwell Automation, its journey began over a decade ago when it realised it needed to adapt its internal systems to restructure its global supply chain and keep pace with its multi-site growth. It formed a multidisciplinary team to study the current challenges across its sites and come up with ‘one playbook’ for all sites to work from.

Find out how Rockwell Automation reduced inventory, cut lead times in half and increased productivity 5% each year in this case study.

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