Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”


On September 26, Schneider Electric and the International Economic and Technological Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (hereinafter referred to as the International Economic and Technical Cooperation Center) jointly released “Driving Digital Transformation──Digital Empowers Green Smart Manufacturing Executive Insights 2022”, the report brings together The practical experience from 125 corporate executives in 10 categories aims to explore the current status of the transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry, provide new ideas for the majority of manufacturing companies to solve problems, and further empower them to move towards high-quality development.

Xiong Yi, Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric, Head of Strategy and Business Development China, Director of the Institute of Business Value, Pang Xingjian, Senior Vice President of Schneider Electric, Head of Industrial automation Business China, Vice President of Schneider Electric, Global Marketing Department China Gu Yue, the person in charge of the district, Luo Faming, deputy director of the International Economic and Technical Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Chen Jiancheng, assistant to the president of Xiamen Yingqu Technology Co., Ltd., Qiu Quancheng, senior deputy general manager of Inventec Group and general manager of Beijing Branch, Beijing Modern Information Technology Co., Ltd. Technical Director Feng Zhidong and other guests attended and witnessed the release of this report.

Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”

Release site of “Driving Digital Transformation──Digital Empowering Green Smart Manufacturing Executive Insights 2022”

The manufacturing industry is facing many challenges, and digitalization is the key to breaking the situation

At present, China has entered the era of comprehensive economic and social digitalization, and the manufacturing industry, as the main body of the national economy, is experiencing new trends and challenges. The future of digitalization is unstoppable. The “14th Five-Year Plan” pointed out that by 2025, the added value of core industries in the digital economy will account for 10% of GDP. At the same time, the manufacturing industry accounts for 30% of my country’s total carbon emissions, and low-carbon sustainability is imminent. The impact of factors such as the epidemic and the international situation has made the manufacturing industry have unprecedented demand for supply chain resilience.

Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”

Xiong Yi, Senior Vice President, Head of Strategy and Business Development China, Schneider Electric, Dean of the Institute for Business Value

“In the face of many challenges, digital transformation is the key to breaking the situation.” Xiong Yi, senior vice president of Schneider Electric, head of strategy and business development in China, and director of the Institute of Business Value, said that digital transformation will bring continuous improvement in the efficiency of the manufacturing industry , low-carbon sustainable acceleration, and the improvement of supply chain resilience and other multiple benefits.

Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”

Luo Faming, deputy director of the International Economic and Technical Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology

Luo Faming, deputy director of the International Economic and Technological Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, attended the release ceremony and said that digital transformation, as an important means of transforming and upgrading traditional kinetic energy and cultivating new kinetic energy, has become an important measure to promote high-quality development. With the wave of digitalization sweeping across, only those who can successfully control the digital transformation can survive the waves.

The overall digitalization is accelerating, but the transformation is still stuck

As a firm practitioner and long-term enabler of digital transformation, the Schneider Electric Institute for Business Value adheres to the concept of “from practice to practice”, and cooperates with the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to conduct high-level training for more than 100 large and medium-sized manufacturing companies. The tube launched an in-depth investigation.

The results of this survey show that the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry is showing a trend of accelerating overall transformation, paying more attention to sustainable development, and continuously improving data processing capabilities. The proportion of companies surveyed who have achieved advanced digitalization levels has increased from 45% in 2021 to 54%; more and more companies have incorporated sustainable development into an important strategic goal of digital transformation; nearly 90% of leading digital transformation companies have achieved comprehensive collection of data.

Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”

“Driving Digital Transformation──Digital Empowers Green Smart Manufacturing Executive Insights 2022”

Although the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry is progressing at an accelerated pace, the survey found that companies still need to break through many difficulties if they want to achieve all-round transformation. The first is to formulate strategic goals. 92% of executives believe that the core premise of digital transformation is a clear and customized strategic plan, but only 50% of enterprises have formulated transformation strategies and launched actions so far. The second is to dig out the implementation scenarios. 90% of the executives agree that digital transformation needs to find the right entry point. However, due to the large number of scenarios and lack of experience, it is difficult for enterprises to accurately focus on the scenarios. The third is to balance efficiency and resilience. 96% of the supply chains of enterprises have been impacted by the epidemic, and there is an urgent need to use digital transformation to improve response speed and anti-risk capabilities. The fourth is to jointly create an innovation ecosystem. 83% of executives believe that in the digital age, competition among enterprises has extended to the ecosystem, and enterprises should further strengthen their interaction with the ecosystem.

Schneider Electric and the National Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released an insight report to empower the manufacturing industry to accelerate “dual transformation”

Chen Jiancheng, Assistant President of Xiamen Intreme Technology Co., Ltd.

As the interviewed company in this insight report, Chen Jiancheng, assistant president of Xiamen Yingt Technology Co., Ltd., believes that for leading companies, digital transformation and greenization are industrial and social platforms, and eventually form an ecological chain to maintain industry leadership. key to status. For small and medium-sized enterprises, it is an element to resist risks and improve profitability.

Unlock the way out, four value propositions empower digital transformation

Based on the challenges and pain points revealed in the survey, “Driving Digital Transformation — Digital Empowering Green Smart Manufacturing Executive Insights 2022” shows that with “planning first”, “scenario focus”, “agility and resilience” and “ecological win-win” The four major value propositions are the guiding principles, empowering enterprises to accelerate digital transformation.

The survey found that more than 80% of leading companies highly agree with the importance of top-level planning; in common manufacturing scenarios, lean production is still the top priority, and the attention to carbon emission management continues to increase; in the face of complex environments, companies must build proactive supply chains , but only 4% of the interviewed companies have established a proactive supply chain; at present, open innovation and ecological innovation, which emphasize joint innovation, are becoming highly respected ecosystem cooperation models.

Pang Xingjian, senior vice president of Schneider Electric and head of the industrial automation business in China, said that digital transformation must return to business value. Only by combining specific industrial application scenarios and bringing digital technologies of measurable value to customers can the great potential of productivity and efficiency in industrial scenarios be unleashed. Schneider Electric will also continue to strengthen its digital advantages including software, relying on the comprehensive collaborative innovation of software and hardware, services and ecology to support the implementation of high-quality industrial development.

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