The first industrial revolution came with the introduction of water and steam power. Then came mass production, followed by computerization. Now, the Internet of Things (IoT) is ushering in the fourth industrial revolution.
To remain competitive in this new global economy, traditional logistics and manufacturing companies must transform operations and offerings. Manual processes, disparate systems and legacy technology often hamstring innovation for these mature businesses, meanwhile silos of information prevent collaborative problem-solving and a unified perspective across centralized and decentralized locations.