Industrial segments that are highly developed in terms of technology, such as mechanical and plant engineering, the automotive industry, and the electrical industry, are under great pressure to transform: They see themselves confronted with globalization and the associated tougher competition, increasing price pressure, and the megatrend towards individualization. In order to master the historical upheaval in the sector, greater efficiency is required from both man and machine. Development, production, and logistics processes in the economy must be further optimized and products and business models must be redefined in the context of digitalization.
Many large manufacturing companies are already working with Industry 4.0 technologies or are starting pilot projects that are being implemented step by step. This can affect processes in the supply chain, production, or logistics.
Lean production processes are an important prerequisite for this. The long-term goal is the development of smart factories, in which production can be made as flexible as possible – right through to custom-made products, even in series production.
In transformation projects at manufacturing companies, however, application scenarios beyond the production area are also important. Only when a process chain has been consistently optimized can the smart factory fully exploit its manufacturing intelligence.
T-Systems supports the processes along the value chain with an integrated approach from engineering to production and logistics, all the way to sales & after sales. As an experienced transformation partner that realizes approximately 4,000 digitalization projects annually with 4,800 digitalization experts, T-Systems, together with OT partners, has command of comprehensive technology and industry know-how. We support you with digital end-to-end solutions from our four main areas of focus: Connectivity, digitalization, cloud & infrastructure, and security.