Driv­ing dig­i­tal­iza­tion drives pro­duc­tiv­ity.

By com­bin­ing vir­tual and real, com­pa­nies are be­com­ing more com­pet­i­tive.

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Man­u­fac­tur­ing is mak­ing a come­back. En­tire pro­duc­tion chains are be­com­ing more flex­i­ble, thus ef­fi­cient, em­pow­er­ing com­pa­nies to meet their in­di­vid­ual cus­tomers’ de­mands faster, with­out sac­ri­fic­ing qual­ity. And it all starts when the vir­tual and the real world merge.

Com­pa­nies are set­ting new bench­marks as in­no­va­tive soft­ware is op­ti­miz­ing their pro­duc­tion chain – from prod­uct de­sign and pro­duc­tion plan­ning to en­gi­neer­ing, ex­e­cu­tion, and ser­vices. And they are us­ing Siemens’ in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions and lead­ing tech­nolo­gies along the way. It is a holis­tic ap­proach that is truly chang­ing the en­tire life­cy­cle of their prod­ucts. Soft­ware is not only mak­ing it pos­si­ble to raise cus­tomiz­abil­ity and scal­a­bil­ity, but it is also driv­ing down costs and in­creas­ing com­pet­i­tive­ness.

In dig­i­tal pro­duc­tion, com­pa­nies and their em­ploy­ees can see the fu­ture of man­u­fac­tur­ing come alive. To­gether with them, Siemens elec­tri­fies, au­to­mates, and dig­i­tal­izes the world we live in – and makes real what mat­ters most.

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