Alfresco y las 5 tendencias digitales para la manufactura

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La transformación digital se muestra en las empresas de manufactura mediante 5 nuevas tendencias que no pueden dejarse atrás. Todo esto explicado por Alfresco, empresa lider BPM y ECM [En inglés]
  5 Market Forces Driving Digital Transformation in Manufacturing  Introduction By 2020, the digital universe will reach 44 trillion gigabytes. That’s a tenfold increase over 2013. Despite global businesses’ rapidly increasing ability to unlock value from information, most companies are still nowhere near capable of dealing with the flow of information across the extended enterprise. Manufacturers in particular face intense pressure to improve the way they manage product and engineering information.Why? Because product and engineering information is the lifeblood of the digitized manufacturer.Many of the activities driving business forward rely on keeping up to date with information about new products and releases. Engineering teams need to collaborate across geographies and silos on new designs. Partners and dealers need new specifications before they can integrate a product in their delivery chain, or support customers. Presales need better product information to inform prospects and fend off competitors.  And customers expect to find information quickly that will help them get the best from products they’ve bought. The information that drives all of this activity is stored electronically—from product roadmaps and engineering specifications to marketing data sheets, product specs, and parts information. This information typically lives in discrete systems (which only some people can access), or even worse on shared drives or individual computers. The result? It can be hard to find up-to-date product information, to collaborate on shared information, or to secure intellectual property. Many organizations report that key roles (including engineers, presales, and support) spend as much as 30% of their time searching for information. Often what they find is already obsolete. This all detracts from the real business of innovation, revenue growth, and customer satisfaction.Digitization renders old methods of managing information obsolete. Enterprise content and process management systems play a vital role in manufacturing’s future. They provide a single, accessible source of truth that allows teams to secure IP, enforce compliance standards, and collaborate across silos, geographies, and roles.  The Need for Transformation Digital transformation revolutionizes the way manufacturers share and manage information. The rate of change has significantly outpaced the capabilities of legacy Enterprise Content Management (ECM platforms and old processes). The first-generation processes and systems, built on 20-year-old technologies for 20-year-old computing environments, can’t meet new demands. They’re being left behind as new needs emerge for content management, process management, and information collaboration.  Ad hoc workarounds often leave content insecure, out of compliance, or out of date.  The five biggest forces intensifying manufacturers’ interest in new technologies and digital transformation are:ã Mobile & Socialã Changing Customer Expectationsã Value of the Extended Enterpriseã Big Data and Internet of Things ã Hybrid Cloud IT Infrastructure Together, these forces usher in an era that calls for a dramatically different approach to managing engineering documentation and product related information.   The world of work is undergoing a dramatic transformation. The rise of mobile and social technologies has changed not only where we work, but how we work. It is estimated that 37% of the world’s workforce is mobile. People want to be productive anytime, anywhere, from any device and application. New Employee Expectations Manufacturing organizations are under tremendous pressure to support connected, tech-savvy employees whose expectations have been shaped by consumer web services. Today’s employees expect to find and share business and product-related information as easily as they can browse and buy a book online. They also expect their company systems to support remote and collaborative working styles. New Generation  The working world is being further transformed by an influx of Millennials. These digital natives—born in 1983 or later—grew up on intuitive, modern apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and Uber. Millennials are highly mobile, very connected, and want IT solutions that allow them to get their work done independently of location, network, and device. Their expectations for ease of content access intensify the pressure on IT organizations to modernize their ECM strategy.  The Alfresco Difference: Simplicity for Users Poor user-adoption is often the biggest roadblock to ECM  success. The Alfresco approach embraces the applications  and devices people use every day rather than force a new way of working. We’ve also taken cues from consumer  apps so that the user experience is modern, engaging,  and intuitive.  Trends driving the need for a new approach to ECM. Sources: IDC Mobile & Social
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