Industry 4.0, as the name implies, is widely considered the 4th industrial revolution. It’s the culmination of automation, big data, integrated systems, and the connected enterprise.
With each of these areas maturing in their own right, it’s where they all collide that makes this 4th revolution so exciting.
This educational webinar session, with special guest Terillium, looks at the realignment of technology and business processes to drive new value for organizations looking to compete in ever-changing markets.
Ultra’s industry insights will share what is possible for organizations to thrive today and into the future.
Terillium’s portion of the educational webinar will present use cases in manufacturing, and how technology plays a role in the era of smart manufacturing.
The one-hour session is a can’t miss for those manufacturing and distribution project teams considering how to thrive today and into the future.
- The typical journey an organization will undertake for true transformation.
- The key role of data in smart manufacturing
- Tips for success for those organizations looking to leverage technology for business process improvement in the era of Industry 4.0
- Technology demonstration to visualize success in Industry 4.0
Who Should Attend?
Manufacturers and distributors interested in learning about leveraging technology including:
- C-Level teams from manufacturing, distribution companies
- IT leaders
- Operations leaders
Terillium is an award-winning Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) consulting company and Oracle Platinum Partner specializing in helping businesses implement state-of-the-art technology solutions including Oracle JD Edwards, Oracle ERP Cloud, and Oracle NetSuite.
Andrew Bolivar, Director, Center of ExcellenceUltra ConsultantsAndrew Bolivar is Director of Ultra's Center of Excellence and Senior Consultant with deep experience in business process improvement with a focus in the manufacturing and distribution sectors. Mr. Bolivar started his career in project administration for a national food manufacturer. He spent several years engineering and implementing inventory and production processes across multiple sites.