What is Digital Transformation (DX)?
Digital Transformation (DX) is also called Industry 4.0 because it is believed to be the fourth massively disruptive innovation in manufacturing industries. According to industry-leading experts, in order to remain viable, our industries must digitally transform.
Digital Transformation (DX) involves the integration of digital technology into all areas of business, fundamentally changing how you operate, deliver value to customers, and achieve top quartile performance in critical business key performance indicators (KPIs) across operations. Often, workflows are automated, analysis is performed by specialized artificial intelligence (AI); leveraging on-demand expandable cloud computing.
From our point of view, it’s a customer-owned strategy and in most cases a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, and get comfortable with learning and testing in simulation environments.
John H. Carter Company and Emerson help our partners: Uncover areas of opportunity with technology assessment workshops, develop a digital transformation roadmap with facilitated self-assessment, and then deploy technologies that enable dramatically more efficient work processes, faster more accurate decisions, and solve previously unsolvable problems through the use of AI.