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Welcome to the Manufacturing Industry Group

Our IDC Manufacturing Insights community has been created to enable you to engage with our manufacturing industry analysts, share your knowledge and best practices, and connect with your colleagues.

  • Participate in the manufacturing discussions in our Blogs or Forums
  • Learn about and share best practices, tips, tricks and tools related to business/technology alignment
  • Network with your colleagues within your industry
  • Provide feedback to IDC's industry analysts and your peers

We welcome your participation! 

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This IDC Manufacturing Insights blog summarizes some of the key service-related takeaways from our recently published research about our 2017 IDC Product and Service Innovation Survey, where we interviewed 300 US and Canadian manufacturers about their business concerns and priorities as they relate to product and service innovation.



The next five years and beyond will be extremely interesting in the automotive space as technology and partner ecosystems continue to evolve, government regulation and public debate heats over autonomous vehicles, and the concept of driving a car is redefined. In the short term, automotive manufacturers will need to focus on development and integration of the platforms necessary for the varied set of internal and external constituents within their ecosystems to easily collaborate during design, development, delivery, and service of the connected, and autonomous, vehicle experience.


This blog highlights some of the themes that are intersecting today within large organizations as part of digital transformation, namely how innovation and technology can come together to create new value for manufacturers in the service lifecycle to deliver to customers.


Virtual models of products and assets – now more commonly known as digital twins - have been used by designers and engineers in concert with simulation to meet product and production requirements for years. The opportunity with “digital twins” is to take these virtual models and extend them to the rest of the team, outside of engineering, involved with product design and development, as well as production and operations.


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