Prioritizing digital projects to make early gains can create a path to improved digital maturity.
Business leads have made significant investments in numerous systems and applications over the last 20 years. You may know them best by their acronyms: enterprise resource planning (ERP); quality management system (QMS); manufacturing execution system (MES); supply chain management (SCM); customer relationship management (CRM). Each is layered atop one another and across their organizations’ value chains – from customer experience, to design and engineering, to supply chain and procurement, warehousing and distribution.
Understanding the Data Maturity Cycle is critical for manufacturing executives wanting to better understand where they’re at and where to go next in order to finish big. This resource will talk about the following 6 steps of the cycle to democratize data by deploying self-service capabilities that make the right data available to the right person at the right time:
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