Many companies leverage IIoT and SAP’s capabilities to survive and thrive in today’s evolving business landscape. There are several benefits to linking IIoT and ERP data, such as predictive quality and maintenance, remotely monitoring operations, lower production costs, and increased business continuity.
Companies are also utilizing IIoT to innovate and rethink their business models, provide new digital services to their customers, create digital twins, and enable intelligent business operations. For example, IIoT can provide insights into a company’s industrial production, saving money by utilizing fewer raw materials and improving inventory management. According to the World Economic Forum, IIoT can reduce overall inventory levels and lower maintenance costs.
In this roundtable, you'll learn:
- Why IIoT provides tangible business value
- How customers can plan for SAP and IIoT integration
- Why IIoT is a significant improvement “lever” during challenging times
- How partnering helps companies build industrial IoT applications
Jay McBain is one of the most visible and respected thought leaders in the global channel. Named to the Top 40 Under Forty by the Business Review as well as numerous channel magazines top influencer lists, he is often sought out for industry guidance and future trends.
Industry professional with 25 years of experience in Auto, Trucking and Machinery industry around product development, manufacturing, and after market space. Proven track record in building and deploying large scale industrial solutions around the world.
Roan Low is an accomplished IT Infrastructure leader with a track record of moving beyond traditional technology in complex environments and creating value and excellence within IT organizations. Roan brings more than 21 years of global experience in information systems, information technologies, and infrastructure operations, focused exclusively on SAP and the cloud.
As Vice President of Intelligent Industry Services at Syntax, Bjoern leads the SAP consulting and Application Managed Services (AMS) services at Syntax in Europe. He supports Syntax’s manufacturing customers with their digital transformation journey. Since joining the company in 2013, Bjoern has pushed the boundaries of Digital Manufacturing, advanced analytics, and IIoT.
Mr. Karl-Michael Winter, an electrical engineer by profession, has been with PROCESS-ELECTRONIC, now UPC MARATHON, for more than 30 years, first in the development and implementation of programmable logic controllers and SCADA systems, then as Managing Director in Germany and France and heading product development.
Greg previously served as the CEO of Tangent Company, inventor of the Watercycle™, the only commercial residential direct potable reuse system in the country. Greg holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from The Ohio State University, a Masters of Business Administration in International Business.