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Research Paper | Industrial Engineering | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
The Role of Frictionless Enterprise in Smart Factory and Digitalized Production
Abhishek Tulshiram Wabale
Abstract: Enterprises, like all other elements of business today, must streamline and enhance digital experience delivery by making it as frictionless as feasible. Friction manifests itself in the enterprise as fragmented customer profiles, departmental silos, inefficient workflows, shadow IT, sluggish feature deployment, redundant processes, and anything else that obstructs or hinders the customer or user experience. The concept of frictionless, predictive corporate engineering is introduced in this paper, which is based on new standards and tools. This concept was created to fulfill the demands of large, complex organizations that must quickly react to changing threats and conditions. Meanwhile frictionless enterprise giving birth to Industry 5.0. With industry 5.0 manufacturers can cut costs, develop systems that use renewable energy and eliminate waste. It refers to humans working with robots and smart machines, enabling humans to work faster and more efficiently by leveraging advanced technologies. Frictionless enterprise will become the core by implementing its fundamental methodologies such as hyperscale automation, cloud agility, data fluidity, sustainable planet and secure business.
Keywords: friction, production, industry 5.0, frictionless enterprise, hyperscale automation, cloud agility, data fluidity, secure business, smart factory
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 634 - 637
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