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Transforming the future of industrial manufacturing demands a scalable cloud platform. See how Oracle can help you start your ideal journey to the cloud.
No matter what your agency size, Oracle offers a complete cloud vision that includes a secure, integrated portfolio of solutions.
Durable goods manufacturers worldwide use Oracle Cloud solutions to differentiate themselves from competitors.
Heavy equipment and machinery manufactures worldwide use Oracle Cloud solutions to bring profitable new products to market.
Revolutionary technologies, including cloud and IoT, are empowering industrial manufacturers to develop new business models. Learn how Oracle is leading the way.
The hyperconnected business creates transformative opportunities through analytical insights and new, data-driven capabilities. Digitalization is changing industries and creating others through the power of connecting customers, products, and even society at large.
New revenue opportunities are rooted in customer centricity, value-added services, and product-as-a-service business models. Industrial manufacturers are building their business abilities to respond and capitalize on the servitization economy.
Enabled by Oracle Cloud applications and IoT, cognitive computing is providing increased quality, productivity, and automation on the shop floor and in the back office. The advanced technologies of artificial intelligence (AI), robots, blockchain, and digital manufacturing are creating the Smart Factory.
Oracle Cloud applications will impact virtually every aspect of industrial manufacturing, from enterprise resource planning (ERP) and financial management to data analytics, customer experience (CX,) and human capital management (HCM). The applications will also prove integral to how high tech manufacturers digitally integrate themselves into industrial supply chains (SCM). At the manufactured-product level, Oracle Cloud applications will enable everything from how products and services are researched, designed, and developed, to how they are fabricated and manufactured, and how they are used by customers and serviced in the field.
The newly minted unit of General Electric called GE Additive is harnessing next-generation “additive manufacturing” technology to rewrite the rules for how companies design, build, and create products.
Expectations have risen for field service operations. Oracle has created the modern platform leveraging technician knowledge augmentation, outcome-based service business models, and AI-driven scheduling and decision support.
Advanced technologies will gain a huge performance boost from 5G. The increased capacity and reduced latency of 5G will remove barriers to adoption for many use cases.