High-wage plants – How can they profit from digital technologies?
The Institute of Technology Management at the University of St.Gallen is planning a new benchmarking project regarding the effects of digital technologies on production in high-wage countries. This includes, among other recent technologies, Big Data Analytics, Robotics and Augmented Reality. It is scheduled to start in November 2017.
The project is conducted as Successful-Practice-Benchmarking. This research-based project design is build on a question-oriented company evaluation and leads to pragmatic insights for the participating companies. The final research and benchmarking questions as essential project part are drafted by the project consortium.
Take the chance to be part of the project consortium
Currently, we are still looking for consortia partners, who want to have direct influence on the benchmarking process. In the attached presentation you find an overview of the project proposal.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Lukas Budde or Christian Elbe.