12 May Delivering Value from Digital Transformation
How do you know what areas you should be prioritising to maximising the value you can get from your digital transformation?
In this video, IMR will bring you through a journey of how to ensure you are delivering value from your digitisation investments. We will look at the principles of how to prioritise your activities, talk through examples of where companies often go wrong, and explore the concepts of investing for future business growth. We will show how global frameworks such as the WEF-supported Smart Industry Readiness Index (SIRI) can help you on this journey and comment on the biggest opportunities we have seen to date for Irish industry.
We welcome Sean Ryan from Thormac, who has completed this SIRI process with IMR, to share his experience of the value this brought to his company and their digitisation journey.
Fergus Quilligan, Director of Analytics, IMR
Adrian Hovenden, Industrial Solutions Architect, IMR
Sean Ryan, Managing Director, Thormac
What is SIRI?
The Smart Industry Readiness Index (SIRI) was created by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) in partnership with a network of leading technology companies, consultancy firms, and industry and academic experts. It is supported by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a global initiative to help companies decide how and where to apply Industry 4.0 to maximise benefits. SIRI comprises of a suite of frameworks and tools to help manufacturers regardless of size and industry to start, scale, and sustain their manufacturing transformation journeys.
SIRI is of vital importance as it brings together the Industry 4.0 development plans across the various areas of your organisation such as Process, Technology, and Organisation and combines them with key business information such as costs, KPIs, and planning horizons to identify high impact areas for improvement. This significantly increases the impact that Industry 4.0 implementation plans.
Get in touch if you’d like more information about SIRI?