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Designed to run

Putting culture at the heart of your digital transformation. Why and how to transform your organization into a Cognitive Enterprise.

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What is the Cognitive Enterprise?

Built on three core pillars - humans, business, and technology - the Cognitive Enterprise takes a human-centric approach yet with a business-oriented mindset, when developing solutions based on data and technologies such as AI, machine-learning and IoT.

Together we design your new business model running on technology for maximum value, to get the most from your digital transformation investments and to create a sustainable and innovative culture throughout your organization.

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The digital transformation requires a human-centric approach to technology

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Why is the digital transformation in many industrial companies moving so slowly? We have been talking about Industry 4.0 for over 10 years now, but it hasn't really happened. We invited Anders Candell, CIO at Skanska and Niclas Hansson, Head of Business Development Digital Consulting Sweden at Tietoevry to share what is needed to speed up and realize the expected value.

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Many industrial companies have tried out several great ideas and proof of concepts that have never scaled nor generated any value. We invited Roy Sibbald, Manufacturing Excellence Officer at Pipelife International and Niclas Hansson, Head of Business Development Digital Consulting Sweden at Tietoevry to share their tips for going from proof of concept to proof of value.

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How we make the digital transformation

Designed to run methodology unlocks the values of the Cognitive Enterprise

Designed to run - the methodology for the digital transformation

The pace of change in digitalization is way too slow. Only 39 % of manufacturing companies have implemented Industry 4.0 in end-to-end operations and a mere 29 % of industrial companies have managed to capture value at scale of Industry 4.0 solutions. Our Designed to run methodology tackles exactly these issues and helps you get to value faster - reduced time to market, enhanced digital customer experience and the creation of an innovation-focused company culture for the long run.

Focus areas of the Cognitive Enterprise

The Cognitive Enterprise embraces your entire company with six focus areas, from digital manufacturing to enhanced customer experiences where our impact brings the most value. We use data as a foundation to redesign sustainable products, services, and business models and help you create a company that continuously can adapt to an ever-changing market landscape.

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The true value of industry 4.0 comes from six focus areas

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How others do it

VR enables technicians



By using VR instead of video tutorials, the technicians learn by doing. Volvo Trucks wanted to make sure this was an experience rather than a tool, and we helped them by creating a realistic multi-user VR world where colleagues could interact with each other, regardless of location or time zone.

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Virtual Inventory

By creating a joint Virtual Inventory for all the producing operators within oil and gas in Norway, the Norwegian Oil and gas association NOROG helped establish a transparent way for the companies to buy and sell spare parts to each other. This way of collaborating is essentially a digital “safety net”, cutting unnecessary costs and going towards a more sustainable industry.

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Factory of the future

With more than 200 production sites and more than 3200 production lines, Wienerberger and Pipelife supply a wide range of products within the building materials and construction industry. With a broad digitalization approach, Tietoevry has helped Wienerberger/Pipelife to record, store, analyze, and visualize data streams.

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