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How Digital Twins Improve Accuracy & Boost Uptime

Posted By Mike Sellberg, Vertex, Thursday, August 6, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, August 4, 2020

How Digital Twins Improve Accuracy & Boost Uptime

SPONSORED BY VERTEX

Digital transformation is happening now and it's happening fast. Some companies have perhaps thought they were making great strides in digital transformation, only to encounter significant roadblocks. Some didn’t have a business driver at the executive level to prioritize digital transformation prior to March 2020. Still others are in the early stages of accepting a new digital age.

Regardless of where your company is in the process, we can all agree that the industry is rapidly changing to accommodate for our new world. Most now see digital transformation as a true need, not a “nice-to-have in the future.” To take advantage of the transition our industry is in, companies have an opportunity to develop connected, accurate, and insightful digital processes and workflows from a massive amount of information sources.

To help you take advantage of these benefits, Vertex is providing free, online, 30-minute sessions to show you can harness the power of a digital twin in your everyday workflows. See how you can change the way your teams operate.

 

Changing the Way We Connect Smart Factories

Cloud-based connectivity is the future of Industry 4.0. With the power of Vertex, you can make your factory a true smart factory by embedding 3D visuals anywhere on your factory floor. Join our webcast on August 19 at 12:30pm CT to see how Vertex can help you:

Access work instructions aligned to 3D visuals at your fingertips

Improve engineering decisions with quantitative data

Optimize your factory logistics to achieve higher throughputs

 

Changing the Way We Visualize IoT

Visualize all the sensor information you need, at any scale. Gain access to 3D visuals feeding from your IoT devices to gain a complete understanding of a product’s performance. Join our webcast on August 26 at 12:30pm CT to see how Vertex can help you visualize IoT data to:

Identify improvements and maintain parts

Diagnose problems faster

Generate revenue through identifying issues, finding replacement parts, and enabling repairs

 

Changing the Way We Service Products

Give service techs the ability to immediately understand products and components, fill out service reports using 3D visuals, and provide serviceability improvement. Quickly visualize current jobs and get accurate, up-to-date work instructions from any device with full fidelity.

 

Join our webcast on September 02 at 12:30pm CT to learn how service teams can use 3D visuals to:

Identify and order parts quickly

Verify key work instructions and guidelines

Accelerate repairs, reduce defects, and increase quality

 

Changing the Way We Connect With Customers

Interactively make choices and see possible sales configurations in an instant with 3D visuals. Shorten the sales cycle and give the customer a rich, 3D visual of their order. Join our final webcast on September 09 at 12:30pm CT to learn how sales teams such as our customers at Terex:

Connect with customers to understand their product requests

Select the best configuration options by visualizing them in 3D

Shorten the sales cycle and create ownership at the point of sale

I hope you will take the time to attend the 30-minute “lunch-and-learn” sessions for initiatives that are most impactful to you.  Register today.

 

About Mike Sellberg

Mike Sellberg has over 25 years of experience in software development, product strategy, product marketing, and operations management. As Vertex Executive Vice President & Chief of Staff, Mike manages product strategy, marketing, customer success, and solutions architect initiatives, ensuring an aligned vision and execution of the Vertex platform. Prior to his role at Vertex, Mike served as the Chief Product Officer at Workiva where he managed a variety of groups including marketing, customer operations, and IT. Before Workiva, Mike spent most of his career in the PLM industry starting with Engineering Animation, Inc. (EAI) where he was Divisional General Manager. After EAI was acquired by Unigraphics Solutions (now part of Siemens PLM), Mike led the Teamcenter product management team.

 

 

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