In the past few years, a number of disruptions—including a global pandemic, massive supply-chain issues, and a newly remote workforce—have had a major impact on the way companies do business. Meanwhile, the demand for just about everything—from products and movies to buildings and infrastructure—is booming.
As companies try to navigate through these disruptions and meet the heightened demand for more, one thing has become clear: A new workplace is emerging. Companies are quickly learning that the old way of working isn’t, well, working anymore. People, processes, and data are siloed and often don’t work together easily. In fact, people end up spending time creating workarounds to try to get the right data to the right people at the right time.
So how can companies become agile and responsive in a dynamic world? By breaking down silos and connecting data, processes, and workflows in an industry cloud. Whether you work in architecture, engineering, construction, product design, manufacturing, or media and entertainment, an industry cloud helps centralize and organize your data so that it can be easily shared. This new way of working enables seamless collaboration and productivity, as well as deeper insights to help improve decision-making outcomes.
Read the infographic to learn more about how using an industry cloud can seamlessly get your people, processes, workflows, and data all on the same page.