Smart Digitization: How a New Generation of Smart Connected Worker Solutions are Shaping the Future of Work

Overview

Date: Wednesday, October 05, 2022
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

There is an accelerating workforce crisis that is disrupting the entire manufacturing industry. The sector that was already stressed with a tight labor market, rapidly retiring baby-boomer generation, and the growing skills gap is now facing an increasingly unpredictable and diverse workforce.

In this era of workforce disruption and churn, the static or paper processes of old are no longer sufficient to attain production goals.

The digitization of frontline processes is a must to keep up with the velocity of change – but not just any digitization will suffice. Smart digitization, which enables companies to digitize all of the processes that impact frontline workers from the “hire to retire”, provides smart insights that reduce time to productivity, enable targeted reskilling and upskilling, and provide individualized guidance and support at the point of work so that you get the best each person has to offer.

A new generation of smart connected worker tools are allowing companies to deliver effective skills management, training, collaboration, and on the job support for today’s more dynamic, more flexible workforce.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Hear recent research on trends around industrial transformation readiness, and the impacts of the current manufacturing workforce crisis
  • Learn how leading manufacturing companies are using Smart Digitization to digitize and optimize their frontline work processes
  • Discover how modern connected worker solutions are being used to continually improve safety, quality, and productivity

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Chris Kuntz
VP of Strategic Operations
Augmentir

Chris is the VP of Strategic Operations at Augmentir, where he oversees the planning and execution of the company’s go-to-market strategy. Chris has over 20 years of experience in high tech solution delivery, marketing, business development, and consulting in the industrial software sector. Prior to Augmentir, Chris was the VP of Marketing at ThingWorx, the leading Industrial IoT (IIoT) platform company (acquired by PTC), where he managed the IoT marketing activities and partner programs. Previously, Chris held executive positions in marketing and business development at multiple successful software companies. Chris has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science from Binghamton University.
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