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5 changes manufacturers should expect for their business future

Aug 4, 2020 | Admin, Latest News, Manufacturing, Sales Cloud

It’s become evident that businesses in every industry are realizing unique obstacles and opportunities alike during the ongoing adjustment to a COVID-19 recovery economy. Manufacturers, in particular, face a tall order on this front. As Vladimir Lenin said, “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” These are those critical, determining weeks for us all. 

In manufacturing, the key indicator for recovery—recovery that will set the tone for decades—will be the strategy around re-mobilizing complex supply chains that span the globe and multiple business units. 

This was precisely the topic explored during the manufacturing industry keynote presentation of OwnBackup’s resilience.work live event on July 15th. During this session, Ryan Westwood, CEO of Simplus, was honored to be joined by Peter Coffee, VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce, for a discussion about the ways that the manufacturing industry can learn from the past to advance future goals and unearth surprising opportunities.

We wanted to share a high-level overview of some of these insights. So here they are, straight from Peter Coffee, the top five trends manufacturers need to…

 


 

Want to keep reading? Check out the complete ebook—”The Manufacturer’s Guide to Optimizing Revenue Recognition.”

 

 

Simplus has worked with countless manufacturers on their digital transformation journeys, creating the software and data strategy for long-term success in revenue recognition, partner experiences, and servitization. Reach out to Simplus today for proven expertise and help in any of these areas and more.

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