Expanding the Definition of Digital Transformation

Jan. 10, 2022
Manufacturing's transition to digital operating systems will require a multi-pronged approach.

Manufacturing faces a continuing engineering shortage and a need to retrain a generation of workers on a digital operating system. During a discussion of Digital Transformation between representatives of Dassault Systemes and Wichita State University, school officials talked about how the learning takes places across not just engineering, but into the business school as well. Said one professor, “Digital Transformation is not just an IT issue, it’s not just an engineering issue. This involves all factors of the company. So we do expand that infrastructure and allow those tools to be available to all aspects of our university.”

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