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Modern Manufacturing at Oracle OpenWorld

According to the 2016 KPMG Global Manufacturing Outlook, manufacturers are highly focused on achieving new growth—and many are investing in new technologies in order to increase their piece of the pie. 80% of manufacturers interviewed for this report stated that they are making significant investments into new technologies that help them move to a demand-driven and responsive business model that provides increased flexibility and agility. Taking advantage of advances in robotics, 3D printing and AI is critical to driving greater efficiency, lowering costs and improving safety for many manufacturers.

 

At Oracle OpenWorld, taking place September 18-22 in San Francisco, California, Oracle will be presenting with GE in a session on “Enabling the Modern Manufacturing Enterprise and the Path to the Cloud,” where attendees will be able to see Oracle’s vision for the digital thread to enable the modern manufacturing enterprise. In addition, attendees will be able to see a number of demos live at the Marriott Marquis in the Manufacturing & High Tech Industry Central area, including an end-to-end cloud solution demo for the modern manufacturing enterprise. Other stations will show how to leverage IoT and other modern capabilities to manage and monitor a number of manufacturing, supply chain and service processes, and will feature work from GE and Bosch.

 

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