How data analytics will shape the manufacturing sector in 2021

As Australia’s manufacturing firms plan for the uncertain year ahead, many are realising the vital role that data will play within their operations.

Why Australian manufacturers need to pay greater attention to IT security

Article by Mark Sinclair, ANZ Regional Director, WatchGuard Technologies Australian manufacturing companies are currently grappling with a raft of challenges. Pandemic shutdowns, changing customer demands,...

Encourage a thriving business process culture using a Centre of Excellence

Article by Christian Lucarelli, Vice President Sales Asia Pacific, Nintex In the modern manufacturing workplace, day-to-day activity relies on the presence of clearly defined processes....

Five ways manufacturers can fight back against cyber criminals

Today's factories are complex, data driven environments. Whether that data is used to manage a process or monitor the performance of an industrial robot or machine, protecting information, plans and schematics is crucial. The impact of cyber-attacks on manufacturing environments can be significant and multi-layered.

Protecting International manufacturing during COVID

Article by Adrian Leach, CEO of World Travel Protection When the first lockdowns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic began nearly a year ago...

Manufacturing CFOs are expected to make informed technology investment decisions, but most are thinking...

Article by Sanjay Galal, Asia Pacific CFO at SYSPRO Despite exceptionally challenging business conditions during 2020, there is a growing degree of business confidence returning...

Why adopting automated accounting will be a no-brainer for Australian manufacturers in 2021

As best laid business plans were thrown to the wind in the wake of the unprecedented black swan event, finance and accounting professionals have been hard at it, adjusting revenue forecasts and cash positions, restructuring finance facilities and helping business leaders find and implement savings across the enterprise.

Three reasons why AI is the future for manufacturing

Article by Ramprakash Ramamoorthy, Product Manager at ManageEngine and Zoho Labs Artificial Intelligence (AI) has impacted a substantial number of processes in the manufacturing industry...

Human Touch Brings Greater Customer Value to Essential Services

Article by Scott Philbrook, Managing Director, RS Components, Australia & New Zealand The pandemic served as a hard reset for businesses and manufacturers, putting to light...

Why IIoT monitoring in manufacturing will improve the bottom line

Manufacturing businesses have a strong incentive to improve their financial bottom line and return on investment, cut labour costs and increase productivity. To do this, organisations need to not only invest in IIoT technology, but they also require software to manage and monitor their networks.
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