The fourth industrial revolution waits around the corner; a second machine age powered not by steam, but by big data and smart technology. By 2030, engineers will operate in an arena vastly different from the one they know today. However, considering the unprecedented pace at which technology is evolving, we may not have to wait that long to see noticeable changes to the industry.
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When a business decides to dramatically transform their IT infrastructure, senior technical experts should be the primary leaders of the project. Bringing years of experience and specialist knowledge, their input in the digital transformation of the workplace will be invaluable. Yet, that's not always the case.
If you listen carefully, you may just be able to hear the sound of world-leading researchers and ambitious tech leaders in Wales jumping for joy as they celebrate the latest news: earlier this month, Chancellor Phillip Hammond revealed the government’s plans to pump £51m into the Welsh Tech Industry in a bid to encourage innovation and create jobs throughout this fast-growing tech cluster.
As more leaders within the manufacturing and distribution industries recognise the opportunity of AI in supercharging the ERP, we’re exploring the tangible benefits of this combination.
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