The future of manufacturing is powered by data and analytics. Here's why

Just 39% of manufacturing executives report that they have successfully scaled data-driven use cases beyond the production process of a single product. Image: REUTERS/Noah Berger/File Photo

Memia Fendri

Initiatives and Community Lead, Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains, World Economic Forum

Felipe Bezamat

Head of Advanced Manufacturing Industry, World Economic Forum

Ruben Behaeghe

Project Leader, Boston Consulting Group


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The Manufacturing Data Excellence Framework helps companies develop new capabilities, build new partnerships and evaluate the maturity of their data-driven applications. Image: World Economic Forum

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