Analyzing the Effectiveness of Your Analytics

Written By: Cam Dufty
  • 3/29/2019
  • Read Time : 1 min
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According to LNS research, the leading research and advisory firm on technology insights for business executives, digital transformation is a “must” for industrial organizations to succeed today and into the future.

In their new report, Analytics Really Do Matter: Driving Digital Transformation and the Smart Manufacturing Enterprise, LNS analysts explore the growing capabilities of analytics, the seemingly huge number of vendors selling analytics-driven IoT platforms, and the apps and other features that go hand-in-hand with this aspect of digital transformation.

Based on their bi-annual research into the use of data in manufacturing, this report highlights the benefits and challenges of incorporating industrial analytics. Download the report to learn:

  • What manufacturers measure and which metrics have gained traction (and become obsolete) over time
  • Where and how industrial IoT platforms are being used, and to what levels of success
  • How industrial analytics impact improvement initiatives and operational performance
  • How Cloud, Edge, and other Operational Architecture elements affect analytics sophistication
  • Which technology vendors the researchers recommend, and why
  • Holistic guidance for an industrial analytics program and aligning with your Industry 4.0 initiative

According to LNS Research, “The heart of a digital enterprise is data and using it to improve enterprise-wide performance.” Learn why analytics are considered the new lifeblood that keeps that heart pumping.

Download Research Report

Tags:
  • Connected Devices
  • Digital Transformation
  • Industry 4
  • Predictive Analytics
  • Industrial Equipment
  • Industrial Internet of Things

About the Author

Cam Dufty

Cam Dufty has been writing about software and emerging technology for more than ten years. At PTC, she works closely with IoT, AR and CAD experts to help tell the story of how smart, connected operations are revolutionizing manufacturing around the world.