Panel Discussion: Digital led transformation of manufacturing delivering greater efficiencies, new operating models, and sustainability focused growth [Video]

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Panelists in this video:
+ R N Mohanty, President, Pidilite Industries
+ Beena Nayar, Head – IT, Forbes Marshall
​+ Vikram Karthick, Head Digital Transformation, Mahindra Farm Sector
+ Rajkumar Ravuri, Director, Industry Strategy – Manufacturing, Salesforce (Moderator)

Key Highlights:

+ R N Mohanty, President, Pidilite Industries:
– Technologies like IIoT, Cloud and edge computing have been an asset for chemical manufacturing
– Mass customisation has become a trend to provide unique lot size of manufacturing

+ Beena Nayar, Head-Information Technology, Forbes Marshall:
– Aligning digital initiatives towards quality and delivery for customers should be the focus

+ Vikram Karthick, Head Digital Transformation, Mahindra Farm Sector:
– Smart farming is helping farmers to produce a high yield variety of grains

+ Rajkumar Ravuri, Director, Industry Strategy – Manufacturing, Salesforce:
– Product-centric approach is turning into customer-centric approach in new businesses

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