3 Ways D365 Digitally Transforms Your Manufacturing Business

Posted by Sierra Kennelly

Your manufacturing business isn't just known as the "product producer" anymore. With the rise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and rapidly advancing technology, manufacturers have become the glue that holds together the entire life-cycle of the product.

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Topics: Microsoft Dynamics 365, Data, Manufacturing

Take on the Age of Uncertainty with These 3 Manufacturing Tips

Many fear the effects the Age of Uncertainty will have on manufacturers. With the rise of GDPR, changes in tariffs, and a variety of other regulations, it's hard for businesses to keep up.

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Topics: Microsoft Dynamics 365, Cloud, Manufacturing

6 Things Manufacturers Should Know About the Evolving Workforce

It's no surprise that the Boomer generation is reaching retirement age. For most manufactures, this means the retirement of the majority of their workforce and a new generation taking their place.

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Topics: Supply Chain, Manufacturing

Manufacturing Technology is Changing. Are You Keeping Up?

With the advancement of technology, manufacturers are changing the way they design and build products. AI, digital twins, automation and so much more are driving innovation throughout the entire manufacturing industry. Microsoft dives into current and upcoming industry changes in 2019 Manufacturing Trends.

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Topics: Microsoft Dynamics 365, Data, Manufacturing

What You Need to Know About the New Era of Manufacturing

Manufacturing has come a long way through the years. The Industrial Revolution began back in the late 18th century when power, machinery, and semi-skilled workers were combined. This eventually led up to the first modern factory system.

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Topics: Supply Chain, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Manufacturing

These 4 Manufacturing Trends are Changing the Industry

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Topics: Manufacturing

IT and OT Converge: Are You Prepared?

IT and Operational Technology (OT) have long been separate. IT focuses on technology support for the back office, OT focused on machinery, equipment, tools, and assets.

With big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and advancements in connectivity, Microsoft discovered that it's more feasible and beneficial to converge IT and OT. Data is shared and gives management a holistic view of their organization. 

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Topics: Supply Chain, Manufacturing