Industry is evolving and changing with time and new developments in manufacturing. Many consider that the combination of several innovations in digital technology, transforming the energy and manufacturing sectors, are perceived as new industrial revolution – Industry 4.0. These technologies are a part of global value chain and might include advanced robotics and artificial intelligence, sensors, cloud, IoT to data capture and analytics. Given it’s enormous transformation potential, companies are using digital to establish new connections with customers, strengthen business models, generate new revenue streams, cut costs, increase profitability, and create new market streams.
Digitizing Businesses Across Asia
We speak the same manufacturing language and are able to quickly zoom on your key issues. Solidiance defines and calculates different digital scenarios, from how to enhance existing product offering to how to penetrate new markets by utilizing innovative digital channels, but also helping companies with finding the right partners and implementing digital culture in the companies. Our in-house staff has extensive Asia marketing strategy experience in the specific following sectors: manufacturing & processing, machinery, industrial & engineering equipment, industrial tools and parts, automation, actuation, electrical gear, testing & control, after market, supply chain and logistics.
Leveraging Information Technologies To Reach New Customers And/Or Create Offers
Reexamining entire way of doing business and understanding where the new frontiers of value are (e.g. developing entirely new businesses in adjacent categories, identifying and going after new value pools in existing sectors). Solidiance helps to define new digital Asia markets in the manufacturing industry by using local specifications, knowledge about customer preferences and decision making factors that effect the wave of enhancements.
Creating Value For Current Customers By Improving Customer Experiences
Companies should focus on understanding each step of a customer’s purchasing journey—regardless of channel — and thinking about how digital capabilities can design and deliver the best possible experience, across all parts of the business. For example, the supply chain is critical to developing the flexibility, efficiency, and speed to deliver the right product efficiently in a way the customer wants. By the same token, data and metrics can focus on delivering insights about customers that in turn drive marketing and sales decisions.
China And India Companies Competing With Large Multinationals
We help our manufacturing clients to understand competition and their strategic aims, and to develop competitive strategies, ranging from cooperation to acquisition, from game theories and Nash equilibriums to competitive pricing.