Digitalization in Chemicals Webinar

Presented by

Judy Linn

About this talk

The chemical industry is becoming increasingly complex, which means that businesses face many new challenges to remain competitive. Many senior executives agree that digitalization is the key to responding to these market complexities and to ensure future success. However, the industry is behind the curve in adopting new digital technologies. To help R&D professionals, engineers, scientists, safety professionals and other chemical industry leaders understand digitalization opportunities better, this Digitalization in the Chemicals Industry webinar will explore how to integrate big data, predictive analytics and other digital solutions into chemical businesses: Discover: •The basics of how new digital technologies can be deployed •Ways to develop digital processes throughout your enterprise: R&D, Compliance, Toxicology, EHS, supply chain, and manufacturing •Insights into using technology to boost workflow efficacy, cross-department collaboration and more •How to leverage data to make better and clearer decisions This webinar will help you get started on building a new digital business model for your enterprise: •Plan the best approach for your business •Improve strategic decision-making •Drive innovation •Anticipate new markets •Develop new products, services and capabilities •Stay ahead of trends •Refine best practices •Find cost-savings solutions to modern day problems •Improve safety Digitization will help drive better informed decision-making throughout your company, from R&D to marketing. By taking a systematic approach to adopting new technologies, you can develop new business and operating models that will generate more successful outcomes and help you stay competitive.

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