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Use Data to Better Navigate Internal and External Complexity and Optimize Operations

Keeping up in today’s competitive manufacturing industry means getting to market faster, at a lower cost, with more innovative products. This requires being able to operate across multiple manufacturing and assembly lines with thousands of systems located around the world, and complex supply chains that are impacted by external events such as changes in tax, trade and geopolitical climates.

Data solutions that have the ability to support analytics, operationalize data, and deliver actual data from across the operation can help manufacturing organizations navigate those complex environments. Manufacturers using MarkLogic have a platform that integrates data silos to deliver greater visibility across the enterprise, which prepares them to respond to future market and technical changes.

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Navigate Operational Complexity with Better Data Integration

Keeping up in today’s competitive heavy equipment industry means being able to navigate complex internal and external business environments. Companies must have visibility across their complex supply chains, understand organization-wide risk, and adjust to dynamic geopolitical forces. MarkLogic provides a more efficient, agile, and secure approach to integrating manufacturing data.

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Navigating Complex Environments

Keeping up in today’s competitive heavy industry segment means being able to navigate complex internal and external business environments. Is your data ready to respond to market and technical changes yet to come?


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Introducing the Operational Data Hub

Whether it’s existential crises, opportunities for innovation, or a mix of each, every industry is impacted by the challenges and promises of data integration. Operational Data Hubs for manufacturing, among other industries, are moving into production at some of the largest organizations in their respective verticals.


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Webinar: MarkLogic Data Hub Service

Now available, the new MarkLogic Data Hub Service is a fully automated cloud service that provides faster data integration and improved data governance and security, with no infrastructure to buy or manage.

In this webinar, we’ll dive into why Data Hubs are the future and do a demo of the MarkLogic Data Hub Service. Our engineers will be on hand to answer any technical questions about how it works, whether it’s on-demand capacity, auto-scaling, upgrades, backups, high availability, or any of the other awesome new capabilities of the MarkLogic Data Hub Service.

Activating Industry 4.0 Levers Requires Preparation along Four Dimensions

Industry 4.0 is quickly changing the manufacturing industry landscape, and companies must be ready for it—or get left behind. In addition to activating those Industry 4.0 levers, companies must prepare the information flow upon which they draw in order to realize the full benefits of this revolution.

The following four recommendations from McKinsey & Company are aimed at better managing the digital thread to help companies get ready for operational improvements through Industry 4.0.

How Disruptive Technologies Will Change Manufacturing

Certain technologies are considered to be “disruptive” when it comes to Industry 4.0. Some, such as IT-enabled manufacturing and increased computing capacity, can help create smart factories that are highly efficient with fully integrated data.

In fact, according to McKinsey, “Data is the core driver: leaders across industries are leveraging data and analytics to achieve a step change in value creation. A big data/advanced analytics approach can result in a 20 to 25 percent increase in production volume and up to a 45 percent reduction in downtime.”

Eaton Accelerates Project & Report Delivery with MarkLogic Data Hub

After two years’ effort to integrate ERP system data to get a consolidated view of its millions of products, Eaton realized that traditional modeling and ETL approaches wouldn’t deliver the results they needed. The company built an operational data hub on MarkLogic and in just a short time, realized immense benefits.

Citing deployment simplicity, Eaton was able to immediately start ingesting and integrating data – and delivering usable information to the business.

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