Industry Intelligence Inc. Launches Workplace Practice and Operational Excellence Content

LOS ANGELES , July 29, 2019 (press release) – New content area and weekly report to focus on how disruptive technology like automation and AI will affect workforce management

Whether you call it the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Industrial Internet of Things or Industry 4.0, the fact remains that manufacturing, warehousing and retail environments are increasingly looking to automation and robots powered by artificial intelligence to save money and improve processes. Over the next five to 10 years, these advances are going to have a profound effect on the workforce—from the kinds of new skills that humans will need to thrive in the workplace to the latest trainings and benefits that companies will offer employees to keep them informed and satisfied.

Industry Intelligence’s new Workplace Practice and Operational Excellence content is ideal for clients whose businesses are looking to grow their operations through disruptive technology while cultivating a positive, safe and equitable environment for employees. With this content, clients will be able to make better business decisions about workflow processes, employee training and well-being, workforce culture—and so much more—by having relevant and easily digestible information at their fingertips.

Research shows that nearly 50% of companies expect automation will lead to some reduction in their full-time staff by 2022. And by 2025, machines are expected to handle more than half the total time spent on labor. With these changes, businesses—regardless of their industry—will need to adapt in order to remain relevant, sustainable and competitive.

“The Workplace Practice and Operational Excellence content will be a game changer for helping industry professionals navigate these exciting times,” said Rami Ghandour, CEO of Industry Intelligence. “The beauty of this new content area is that all Industry Intelligence clients can benefit. Whether clients are in logistics and supply chain management, manufacturing, or the retail sector, and whether they specialize in consumer packaged goods or forestry, they can help their business succeed by knowing about the latest innovative practices in smart technology and human resources.”

As technology is rapidly shifting how society operates and what its workforce looks like, market intelligence that focuses on the balance between technology and human workforce has never been more necessary.

To request a consultation and content demonstration, please contact us at Sales@IndustryIntel.com or call us at 310-553-0008.

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