Evolution of Industrial Automation Supply Chain

Adoption of the Internet of Industrial Things will Disrupt Existing Supply Chain Frameworks

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This research service presents the 5 essential elements of an industrial automation supply chain framework. It provides information on the status quo of technology adoption, cultural trends, and challenges faced with respect to aspects such as supply chain strategy, planning and scheduling, maintaining supply chain agility, and increasing visibility of information across the supply chain. In addition, this study discusses emerging industrial automation supply chain models and their impact on various end-user segments.

Table of Contents

Research OverviewIndustrial Automation Supply Chain—DefinitionsIndustrial Automation Supply Chain—Definitions (continued)Industrial Automation Supply Chain—Definitions (continued)Industrial Automation Supply ChainExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—Global Supply Chain TrendsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveSupply Chain Participants vs. Core CompetencySupply Chain FrameworkEssentials of an Effective Supply ChainEssentials of an Effective Supply Chain—Questions to AskSupply Chain StrategySupply Chain StrategiesSupply Chain Strategies—Scenario 1Supply Chain Strategies—Scenario 2Supply Chain Strategies—Scenario 3Supply Chain Strategies—Scenario 4Supply Chain Strategies—Scenario 5Supply Chain ManagementSupply Chain Management—Key AreasSupply Chain Management—Key Areas (continued)Supply Chain Management—Key Areas (continued)Supply Chain Management—Key Areas (continued)Supply Chain IntegrationSupply Chain IntegrationSupply Chain Integration (continued)Supply Chain AgilitySupply Chain AgilitySupply Chain Agility (continued)Supply Chain Visibility Supply Chain VisibilitySupply Chain Visibility (continued)Supply Chain Visibility—Impact on Conflict MineralsEvolution of Industrial Automation Supply Chain in Key End-user IndustriesIndustrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—PackagingIndustrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—EnergyIndustrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—Energy (continued)Industrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—AgricultureIndustrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—PharmaceuticalIndustrial Automation Supply Chain Trends—Process IndustryEmerging Industrial Automation Supply Chain ModelsIoIT-Enabled ERP SystemsIoIT-Enabled ERP Systems (continued) Periodic Maintenance to Predictive MaintenancePeriodic Maintenance to Predictive Maintenance (continued)IoIT Shifts Power to Automation VendorFranchisee Model of Service Supply ChainThe Last WordConclusions and RecommendationsLegal DisclaimerAppendix List of Research ParticipantsAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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