Maximising digital transformation in manufacturing

Digital transformation is testing the manufacturing industry. The challenge is obvious: adapt or die in this global scenario where technology accelerates the pace and changes the rules.

Relentless competition, new consumer demands, handling costs and retaining qualified people – all this forces the industry to put technology at the core for all change.

Strategic priorities within the sector include the need for increasing investment into information technologies, developing new products, and reducing downtime. To differentiate in today’s market, a greater commitment to innovation, research and development is needed alongside superior product design and improved relations with suppliers.

The transformation of the manufacturing industry is far-reaching and it is vital for survival that manufacturers embrace this significant change.

Services

  • Corporate Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Analytical Model
  • Transformation & Technology
  • SPG Evolution
  • Company Integration
  • Non Steel Purchases
  • Road Maintenance
  • Purchasing Evolution
  • Quality Evolution
  • Commercial
  • Dispatch
  • Finance & Treasury
  • Document Management

360º manufacturing
transformation

It's all about innovation

Technology,
the driver for
transformation

David Ubide

David Ubide

Partner and Head of Industry & Retail UK

David is an Industrial Engineer with a General Management degree by IESE Business School. With 15+ years consulting experience, David is a highly-experience executive with proven success in translating business strategy and processes into IT solutions, leveraging both innovation and high performance delivery teams.

David Ubide

Alonso Fernández

Europe Head

Partner in charge of European industry, he holds an undergraduate degree in business administration and MBA from ESADE. He has 19 years of consulting experience working on transformation projects in Europe and Latin America. He also has extensive experience in a variety of sectors including consumer goods, manufacturing, infrastructure, tourism and entertainment.