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Survey: What Are Your Challenges in a Digital Transformation?

Coming back for the 4th year, Industry of Things World USA is the only event running over 3 days that focuses on the impact of the industrial IoT on business models, manufacturing processes and operations across all major industries. With a special focus on automation, M2M communication, interoperability, new business models, predictive maintenance, industrial data analytics and cognitive manufacturing this is the must-attend industrial event for 2019.

We at Industry of Things World USA have partnered up with Rockwell Automation to create a short survey to get a better idea of where you are on your Digital Transformation journey. The survey will not take more than 5 minutes to complete and your input will make a huge impact in defining the future of the industry.

Survey topics:

  • What are the 2 most important outcomes your company expects from Digital Transformation / IIoT?
  • How would you describe the overall status of your Digital Transformation / IIoT initiatives?
  • Which 3 resources are most valuable for information on implementing Digital Transformation / IIoT initiatives at your company?

Click on the image below to take part in the survey:

About Rockwell Automation:

Rockwell Automation Inc. (NYSE: ROK), the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., Rockwell Automation employs about 22,000 people serving customers in more than 80 countries.
Rockwell Automation support customers in their digital transformation journey to create a Connected Enterprise. This impacts the entire value chain, from components to systems and from suppliers to customers. This transformation is the key to hidden value and can make a significant contribution to the productivity, quality, compliance, and profitability of your enterprise. With their plant floor knowhow, innovative spirit and unmatched partner network, Rockwell Automation is extremely well positioned to team with customers to reap the most value from these advancements.

Rockwell’s Connected Enterprise
The Connected Enterprise links production lines, in-the-field assets, utilities and enterprise IT to deliver contextualized information where it is needed. As a result, companies can make better decisions faster – and achieve a new level of operational intelligence to improve productivity and global competitiveness.
Built on a secure, standard Ethernet infrastructure, The Connected Enterprise is enabled by our Integrated Control and Information portfolio. Our broad, information-enabled portfolio includes the Integrated Architecture®, Intelligent Motor Control, and Solutions and Services.

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