Manufacturers are predicting smart, connected products launched will jump from 35% in 2017 to 47% in 2020, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.3% a year, up from just 14% in 2014. Given constrained engineering, R&D, and production schedule availability consumed supporting legacy products today, this jump in an entirely new product category is forcing manufacturers to reinvent themselves. Just 18% of manufacturers are planning to abandon transaction-based products and shift to an entirely service-based business. The majority (54%) are planning to sell both legacy products and launch new smart, connected products that will be their platforms for services revenue formation generating new models, strategies and paradigms.
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- Johan Heyman, VSr. Vice President Organizational Excellence, Barco
- Vikram Srivastava, Director Business Transformation, Philips
- Luis Miguel del saz, Manufacturing Directior, Airbus
- Sergi Vilar, Vice President Head of Pharma, Merck group
- Oliver Herrmann, Vice President supply Chain & Manufacturing, T-systems
- Wald Westerlink, VP Global OPEX, Maxion Wheel
- Cornelia Thieme, Manufacturing Director, Biogen
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