Manufacturers have a history of producing revolutionary innovations. From Henry Ford’s assembly line cars to Andrew Carnegie’s steel factories, manufacturing has shaped economic structure around the world. However, many traditional manufacturers still operate with rigid systems that can’t evolve to meet today’s business needs. Digital industrial transformation involving disruptive technologies, such as edge computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning on cloud can help transform what’s possible in manufacturing. These cloud enabled innovations impact logistics, warehousing, production, and maintenance. They can be the key differentiators for staying competitive and breathing new life into a long-standing manufacturing legacy.