Discover how we're helping industrial companies shift gears for growth.
Sparked by new technologies and changing customer behavior, we’re entering an industrial renaissance. As we look to the global post-pandemic recovery and beyond, a series of technological, macroeconomic, societal, and B2B customer trends are both accelerating and converging to create new challenges and opportunities—on an exponentially bigger scale.
Industrial companies cannot simply focus on a return to the pre-pandemic normal. The scale of the ambition needs to be much higher—shifting gears to enter a new phase of accelerated growth.
Contractors, construction products, capital projects, infrastructure, property and facility management. Read more.
Consumer products that do not have to be purchased frequently as they are made to last.
Carriers (rail, road, air and ocean), integrators, freight forwarders/3PLs, ports and terminals. Read more.
Discrete manufacturing of large vehicles for the agriculture, mining, rail and construction sectors.
Manufacturers of industrial machinery and industrial products primarily sold to other B2B manufacturers.
Companies that manufacture goods or systems that are used in the production process of a vehicle or become part of a vehicle.
Accelerate and scale the cloud-based digital programs that provide scalability, speed, and organizational agility based on lean processes.
Leverage real-time data, AI, and lightning-fast connectivity to redesign the value B2B customers get from industrial products and services.
Pivot the business to digital commerce and new sources of growth, adapting with agility to rapidly evolving B2B customer expectations.
Rethink business operations across the E2E value chain—including with suppliers, in core and support processes, and with customers.
Reshape how the business operates to transition to net zero; adopt green IT, cloud and software; reskill workers to support circularity. Read more.
What's reshaping the industrial sector? Learn more about the latest trends transforming the industry.
Industry experts know OEMs must evolve their service capabilities to grow profitably and reposition themselves as service companies.
The report introduces the concept of “Speedsters”—companies that have excelled at compressing time to market and examines three processes of the cycle.
Filtration leader selects Celonis and Accenture to support their company-wide data-driven enterprise transformation.
The partnership will help accelerate Kubota’s ongoing digital transformation, helping fulfill the company’s mission around sustainability.