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Discrete Manufacturing

Connecting people, products and processes

For discrete manufacturers, the ways in which your customers use products and the ways in which you collaborate with partners are changing rapidly and irrevocably. Atos puts you in control of this digital and data-driven shift.

It’s a great time to be in manufacturing – if you take advantage of the digital challenge

Across discrete manufacturing, digitally-driven changes have a massive impact on business, collaboration, relationships, behavior and expectations.

Where is this impact felt most keenly? Previously fragmented supply chains have now become virtual teams. Your customers build online relationships with products. Additive manufacturing and machine-to-machine communications begin to impact both production and ongoing product use.

In the face of these digital shockwaves, manufacturers must learn how to exploit massive and growing volumes of data. In this connected world, your ability to use data as a core asset becomes key to sustainable success.

Atos has impeccable and well-established credentials in discrete manufacturing.

We have a special focus on Industry 4.0 within our comprehensive Internet-of-Things approach. This is driven by solutions including Product-Lifecycle-Management, Manufacturing Execution Systems and CAx, and is empowered by new technologies including Additive Manufacturing and Augmented Reality. To deliver maximum value to our customers we have built alliances, with Siemens and other leaders in manufacturing.

We are also rapidly gaining reputation in cognitive computing and data analytics, with our use-case focused Atos Codex analytics portfolio.

Make Atos your partner for digital transformation.

According to PAC, IT services spending is increasing in manufacturing much higher than in other industries, making up a share of about 25% of all manufacturing spending in 2020.
Source: PAC

Customer transformation challenges

 

Look at digital transformation in discrete manufacturing from four perspectives …

Customer experience

How can new digital communities help engineering, high-tech and other discrete manufacturing companies build enduring loyalty and customer involvement?

Operational excellence

When your manufacturing business is part of an extended eco-system, how do you put data-driven intelligence at the heart of operational excellence and agility?

Business reinvention

Where do your new alliances and opportunities lie – how best can you participate in the wider digital economy?

Trust and compliance

Look beyond simple data protection – does your security strategy contribute to continual and transparent adherence to regulation and compliance?

Additive expertise

With its additive manufacturing expertise, Atos is helping companies exploit this game-changing technology.

Solutions

Key services for our discrete manufacturing clients

Industry 4.0 exploration

Digital Enterprise: Industry 4.0

Shaping the new industrial revolution with next generation MES and PLM.

SAP HANA

Making SAP HANA an agile and resilient platform for manufacturing data

Cyber Security

Managing all aspects of security and compliance across extended product and service lifecycles.

Digital Transformation

Envision and execute a differentiating digital transformation strategy

Atos codex analytics

Atos Codex Analytics Solutions

Putting cognitive at the core of business development, production and market analytics.

Digital Workplace

Boost collaboration and productivity right across the distributed workforce.

Atos named a leader in Digital Manufacturing Services by Global Analyst firm NelsonHall

With long-term strategic partners such as Siemens and other global leaders in manufacturing, Atos was able to build a deep understanding of the digital transformation needs for the industry. The company has proven to be well-positioned to create value for its customers throughout the product lifecycle, manufacturing and supply chain by combining its comprehensive offering and consulting capabilities with a vertical go-to-market approach.”

John Laherty, Senior Research Analyst at NelsonHall

View NelsonHall Press Release

Factory of the Future solutions

Our solutions enable clients to focus on key digital initiatives such as improving connectivity, reducing complexity, harnessing innovation, increasing sustainability, building customer-centricity and operating a truly global plant floor.

Manufacturing Execution Systems

For achievable and quantifiable benefits, with improvements across plants and integrated intelligence

Application Development and Management

Faster, smoother, more responsive applications for challenging, fast-changing world

Product Lifecycle Management

A complete end-to-end consulting and implementation approach, with seamless collaboration

ERP Consolidation & Harmonisation

A full-cycle solution (spanning consulting, system integration and management) that radically changes consolidation

Related resources

Report

Directive on Digital Transformation: Manufacturing

Download our paper produced in partnership with The Manufacturer on navigating digital transformation in manufacturing

Report

Directive on Digital Transformation: Manufacturing – 3rd Edition

Third edition, produced in partnership with The Manufacturer, with industry insights and opinions

Positioning paper

Factory of the Future

Key trends and drivers, plus critical considerations for your own Factory of the Future

Our experts

Rahul Mehta

Vice President, Manufacturing & Retail. Atos UK & Ireland

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Guy Denis

Business Development Director and IoT Specialist – Manufacturing Industry

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Contact: Rahul Mehta, Freephone: 0800 783 3040