Our Industry Roundtables are designed to immerse IT executives in the key issues, trends, and technologies in their industries so they can drive stakeholder value.
Understand the capabilities and focus areas required to meet your industry’s needs and enable value creation.
Identify resource, process, and environmental trends impacting your industry. Implement strategies to mitigate specific risks and take advantage of all relevant opportunities.
Reveal the true state of your IT services, processes, spend, and staffing levels to align your priorities
Benefit from peer data to get a reference point for how well you stack up.
Arm yourself with everything you need to provide the right solutions to meet the needs of your business stakeholders.
Short, tailored research notes aimed at providing you with timely insights, relevant to your industry. Hot off the press, these notes will be published regularly and pair great with your morning coffee.
March 30, 2020
On March 24, 2020, Info-Tech’s industry practice hosted a Manufacturing Industry Roundtable with the specific focus of identifying the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having in the industry. This is a summary of the roundtable discussions around three key issues.
December 19, 2019
Info-Tech’s Industry Roundtable for Manufacturing generated real-life insight about the key issues facing your peers in this particular space and what IT leaders are trying to do to address them related to Industry 4.0. Relate their insights to your own situation, extract the lessons and advice that make sense to you, and take steps to optimize IT in Manufacturing.
November 21, 2019
Info-Tech’s Virtual Industry Roundtables for Manufacturing generated real-life insight about the key issues facing your peers in the space and what IT leaders are trying to do to address them. Relate their insights to your own situation, extract the lessons and advice that make sense to you, and take steps to optimize IT in Manufacturing.
September 20, 2019
The promise of the internet of things (IoT) connecting thousands of devices and producing a great deal of information that potentially would change the way the manufacturing industry works is not new. However, those promises have not materialized, at least not at the speed that was originally anticipated. In this note we’ll explore the reasons why the explosion has not occurred and what areas of your organization need consideration if you are planning to deploy it.
August 2, 2019
The IT balanced scorecard must go beyond the usual IT metrics. To be most effective, the IT balanced scorecard must demonstrate the value IT provides and reflect corporate strategies and goals.