Achieving an open, shared approach with partners is not easy: data, applications, operations, and capital (human, assets, and financial) for every organization are disparate of course; business processes are disconnected; and security protocols and systems are not unified. The future of industry ecosystems — an expansion of ecosystem partners that organizations must work with in support of any situation, whether innovation, product or service change, dynamic demand, or unexpected disruption — is rapidly progressing as the new way of working.
IDC’s Simon Ellis highlights the manufacturing industry’s collective struggles to adapt to recent disruption in supply chain operations and unlocks the strategies organizations need to become more resilient.
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In a new Future Enterprise podcast episode, IDC covers the future of digital infrastructure and how it enables companies to deliver services more quickly and reliably than ever before.
By actively listening and learning about their customers, brands can rapidly adjust to ensure that they are not only deriving value from their customers, but equally, delivering value for the customer.