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.

Revealing the value of supply chain process through AI

Damien McDade, Head of Pacific for AVEVA explores the benefits of artificial intelligence within complex businesses.

A Government mandate and the big opportunities facing the manufacturing industry

Article by Vijay Sundaram, Chief Strategy Officer at Zoho Faced with the medium to long-term financial impacts of the pandemic, the Australian Government is in...

Why manufacturers should shift to a B2B2C model to capitalise on the COVID effect...

This article is by Rob Stummer, APAC CEO at SYSPRO. The global pandemic is having significant implications for many industries that will last well into...

The key to getting big business to buy local

David Knowles, Partner at Pitcher Partners “More and more things will be produced locally and proudly stamped ‘Made in Victoria’”, proclaimed the state’s Treasurer...

Unlocking the benefits of the Industrial Internet of Things

Article by Damien McDade, Head of Pacific for AVEVA The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is here to stay. Many heavy industry companies in fields...

Navigating the Changing Dynamics of Supply Chains through COVID: A CEO’s perspective

The disruption to supply chains has been a business casualty throughout the pandemic caused by COVID-19. Setec CEO, Louise Bayliss, takes time to talk about the way her manufacturing business has navigated the changing dynamics over the past six months.

Cleaner, cheaper, more efficient: the future of energy

Media Release The digitalisation of electricity through the implementation of virtual power plants using internet-of-things (IoT) and artificial intelligence technology will lead to reliable and...

Australia’s caravan market booms as Victorian factories locked down

The Australian recreational vehicle industry is struggling to meet a booming demand for caravans, camper trailers and motorhomes as stage 4 lockdowns in Melbourne...
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