A Foundation for Industrial Progress, Part Three
Blog Category: Industrial Ethernet
Posted by: Brian Oulton on February 05, 2013
Editor’s Note: This is part three of a five part series.
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Bouncing back from a three-year low, reports show that U.S. manufacturing is steadily on the rise. More interesting than the climbing index, is where organizations are spending their cash. In the U.S. alone, manufacturers spent more than $5.2 billion on technology initiatives for their organizations in 2012.
And while new innovative technologies play a key role in organizational efficiency and advancement, if you’re not built to be inherently agile, you’re going to have a hard time taking advantage.
Organizations need agility: networks that easily expand, accommodate growth and handle transition.