There’s nothing wrong with making steady gains, but the question is: Are those gains meeting the expectations of your CFO, your factory stakeholders, your customers, and your shareholders? Furthermore, while proofs of concept mitigate technical risk, they expose you to the risk of underperforming financially and losing ground in the market.
EY, Dell Technologies, and PTC approached this challenge with new thinking: co-developing a solution to accelerate secure factory transformation at scale.
Watch the following videos to hear from EY, Dell Technologies, and PTC and learn the benefits of performance management in manufacturing.
Check out this video where Chris Wolff, VP of Strategic Partnerships at PTC, explains what Manufacturing Throughput as a Service, or MTaaS, is—and the benefits manufacturers can expect from it.
Then check out the second video to hear from Howard Heppelmann, DVP & GM of ThingWorx IoT Solutions, PTC, as he answers pertinent questions from manufacturing companies
In this video, hear from Howard Heppelmann, DVP & GM of ThingWorx IoT Solutions, PTC, about identifying top bottlenecks and using embedded analytics and AI to spot opportunities for resolving those issues that have a direct link to financial outcomes.
Now listen to the panel discussion below with Chris Wolff, VP of Strategic Partnerships at PTC, Greg Cudahy, EY Global Technology, Media & Entertainment, and Telecommunications (TMT) Leader, and Willie Reed, General Manager, Global Industries Strategy, Dell Technologies.
This panel discussion hosted by Chris Wolff, VP of Strategic Partnerships at PTC, features Greg Cudahy, Global Leader, TMT, EY, and Willie Reed, General Manager, Global Industries Strategy, Dell Technologies. You’ll hear all about Manufacturing Throughput as a Service (MTaaS) and discover how it can help accelerate the proof of concept—and start digital transformation on the factory floor, based on work that has been validated and proven.
Chris Wolff, (“Wolffie”), joined PTC in November 2022 to establish a Field Alliance function within PTC America's sales organization. Wolffie and the Field Alliance managers help PTC sellers accelerate and expand customer value, leading complex ecosystems. Previously, Wolffie led Dell Technologies Office of Global OEM and IoT Partnerships, making Dell’s partnerships with technology, IoT, software, cloud, and reseller partners simple, predictable, and profitable. Wolffie has advised Dell, Secureworks, and Seagate on GTM strategy. She serves on the boards of the MIT Enterprise Forum, Duke AIMS, and SKAEL, Inc.
Howard Heppelmann is responsible for bringing market solutions that harness today’s most disruptive technologies into a continuous digital thread that enables industrial companies to improve operational efficiency, differentiate products and service offerings, and transform business models. Howard has worked in the manufacturing industry since 1990 and has extensive experience working with businesses to apply Industry 4.0, smart connected operations (SCO), and smart connected products (SCP) technologies, and process innovation to transform how industrial companies design, manufacture, sell, operate, and deliver service in today’s Internet of Things (IoT) powered world.
As EY’s Global TMT Leader, Greg leads a 62,000+ person team of Advisory, Assurance, Tax, and Transactions professionals around the world focused on helping clients increase competitiveness and deliver Agile corporate strategies for growth. He is also responsible for driving EY’s portfolio of technology-related relationships into other sectors as part of industry convergence—blending emerging technology with business innovation to accelerate client innovation and digital transformation. Over a 30+ year career, Greg has led major strategic transformations, using pricing and supply chain technologies to optimize financial performance, and has driven large-scale programs for the sustainable application of digital technologies. His industry experience spans TMT, as well as aerospace and defense, retail/consumer goods, and other manufacturing-centric industries.
Willie Reed is responsible for identifying market needs, engaging vertical ecosystem partners, bringing solutions to market that help customers achieve their goals, and managing a global team of industry specialists to uniquely understand the workflow and language of their vertical customers and partners. Willie has spent most of his career building vertical go to market and technology solutions across healthcare, retail, energy, public sector, and manufacturing. While at EMC, Willie helped incubate the first industry solution “factory” designed to help drive synergy between Global Industries, ISVs, and Global Alliance partners. During this time, more than 40 offers were developed, adding more than $100 million in opportunity and garnering better alignment with Global Alliance partners and Dell EMC.
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