This webcast discusses reinventing chemical companies with digital transformation.
16 May 2018, 9:00AM - 10:00AM, EST
Digital transformation has become a part of the fourth and latest industrial revolution. Although many industries are making great strides in digital transformation, the chemical industry has been more a laggard than a leader. However, to remain competitive and explore new opportunities, many chemical companies are using digital technology for smarter manufacturing, stronger customer relationships and faster innovation. In the front ranks of digital transformation are companies that are no longer selling chemicals; they’re selling solutions to customers’ problems through new business models for the delivery of enhanced services and customized specialty chemicals.
Listen to Dr. Bernhard Kneissel, Director Deal Advisory, Strategy, KPMG in Germany, discuss these issues.
Read Bernhard's article and REACTION 23 Magazine (PDF 1.2 MB)
This webcast is a must for C-suite and directors who operate within the chemicals sector.
View the polling question results from the webcast (PDF 564 KB)
The KPMG Global Chemicals Institute is pleased to invite you to our next webcast: Chemistry 4.0: Reinventing the chemical company with digital transformation. To remain competitive and explore new opportunities, many chemical companies are using digital technology for smarter manufacturing, stronger customer relationships and faster innovation. Particpants joining this webcast will learn methods for including digital technology in their approcah towards customer driven innovation and technological innovation etc. Particpants will have the ability to ask question throughout the presentation to reinforce concepts discussed.
Following this webcast, participants should be able to:
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