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2016 Global Industry 4.0 Survey What we mean by Industry 4.0 / Survey key findings / Blueprint for digital success Industry 4.0: Building the digital enterprise 2000+ respondents in 26 countries US$493 bn in digital revenue gains p.a. US$421 bn p.a. in cost and efficiency gains US$907 bn in annual digital investments 22016 Global Industry 4。

1、0 Survey Contents 04 06 What we mean by Industry 4.0 Introduction 26 27 Map out your Industry 4.0 strategy 29 Create initial pilot projects 30 Define the capabilities you need 31 Become a data virtuoso 31 Transform into a digital enterprise 32 Actively plan an ecosystem approach Blueprint for digital success 07 08 Key findings from our survey research 10 Blueprint for digital success Executive summary 11 11 Industry 4。

2、0 - from talk to action 13 Digitisation drives quantum leaps in performance 15 Deepen digital relationships with more empowered customers 17 Focus on people and culture to drive transformation 18 Data analytics and digital trust are the foundation of Industry 4.0 21 Robust, enterprise-wide data analytics capabilities require significant change 22 Accelerating globalisation。

3、 but with distinct regional flavours 24 Big investments with big impact: its time to commit Key findings from our survey research 33 About the survey 34 Contacts and acknowledgements 3Building the digital enterprise Global Industry 4.0 Survey: Building the digital enterprise PwCs 2016 Global Industry 4。

4、0 Survey is the biggest worldwide survey of its kind, with over 2,000 participants from nine major industrial sectors and 26 countries. The study explores the benefits of digitising your companys horizontal and vertical value chains, as well as building your digital product all told, our survey respondents expect to save US$421 bn in costs each year for the next five years。

5、 Introduction 5Building the digital enterprise Incremental and revolutionary product more than twice as many expect to be at an advanced level in this area by 2020 compared to today. Similarly, almost three-quarters of companies expect to have highly digitised horizontal and vertical value-chain processes in five years。

6、 Investment plans are extremely ambitious, with first movers in particular already making significant Industry 4.0 investments and realising both above-average digital revenues and operational savings. Their plans for the next five years are even more ambitious and far-reaching, with digital products and services paving the way for disruptive business models。

7、 2) Digitisation drives quantum leaps in performance Companies that successfully implement Industry 4.0 no longer need to choose between focusing on a better top or bottom line. They can improve both at the same time. Over the next five years, the companies we surveyed expect to increase annual revenues by an average of 2。

8、9% and reduce costs by an average of 3.6% p.a. First movers who combine high investment levels with advanced digitisation are set to achieve even more dramatic gains. All told, our survey respondents expect to see US$421 bn in cost reductions and US$493 bn in increased annual revenues p.a. for the next five years。

9、 If even half of these expectations are met, Industry 4.0 will fundamentally reshape the competitive landscape and bring fundamental change to established industries. 3) Deepen digital relationships with more empowered customers Customers will be at the centre of the changes to value chains, products and services。

10、 Products, systems and services will be increasingly customised to customer needs, and many of our survey respondents say they plan to use data analytics to understand and meet them. First movers who are able to establish successful industrial platforms will have a significant advantage over competitors。

11、 Ultimately, industrial companies will need to own relationships with the end customers who drive demand or at least integrate with platforms that allow them to access the end customers efficiently. Key findings from our survey research 9Building the digital enterprise 4) Focus on people and culture to drive transformation Our survey respondents say that their biggest implementation challenge isnt the right technology。

12、 its a lack of digital culture and skills in their organisation. This finding is also consistent with our Digital IQ research, which for nine years has explored how organisations across industries can derive value from digital investments2. Digital IQ emphasises that while investing in the right technologies is important。

13、 ultimately success or failure will depend not on specific sensors, algorithms or analytics programmes, but on a broader range of people-focused factors. Industrial companies need to develop a robust digital culture and to make sure change is driven by clear leadership from the C-suite. Theyll also need to attract。

14、 retain, and train digital natives and other employees who are comfortable working in a dynamic ecosystem environment. 5) Data analytics and digital trust are the foundation of Industry 4.0 Data fuels Industry 4.0 and successful data analytics is the prerequisite for successful implementation of digital enterprise applications。

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