Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014

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KPMG Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014 surveyed 460 executives worldwide, and offers practical and provocative insights to help organizations evaluate future strategies

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Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014

  1. 1. 2014 Global Manufacturing Outlook Performance in the crosshairs
  2. 2. The 2014 Global Manufacturing Outlook report examines the evolution of strategies manufacturers are deploying to drive value across the enterprise
  3. 3. Global Manufacturing Outlook report key findings: Looking for profitability
  4. 4. Manufacturers are focused on understanding cost and profitability (85 percent cite product or service cost improvements as the biggest investment priorities.)
  5. 5. say they will place a moderate to high priority on adopting real-time processes to measure product cost and profitability More than 50%
  6. 6. Only 12% of respondents say they were “very effective” at determining product profitability 12%
  7. 7. “This isn’t simply about mining data and building spreadsheets; it’s about accessing the appropriate information, at the right level of granularity and – maybe most importantly – with the right speed and frequency to generate timely insight to help people make better business decisions.” - Jim Scalise, Management Consulting Partner, with KPMG in the US
  8. 8. Global Manufacturing Outlook report key findings: Collaborate to Innovate
  9. 9. Organizations are rethinking their product development strategy “Ultimately, those organizations that do not balance investment in ‘incremental innovation’ with investment in ‘breakthrough innovation’ may find themselves left behind technologically.” -Jeff Dobbs, KPMG Global Sector Chair, Industrial Manufacturing
  10. 10. of respondents said they would double their level of spending in R&D 70%
  11. 11. said that partnerships, not in-house efforts, would form future innovations 88%
  12. 12. Collaboration will also reduce time to market
  13. 13. Say they are adequately leveraging decision-support technology in their R&D Function 75%
  14. 14. say 3D printing technology is dramatically reducing their product development life-cycle 81%
  15. 15. “Those that are focused on collaboration for purely economic necessity are finding that their drive to become smarter, faster and better through collaboration has made them pioneers in creating more integrated and connected businesses.” - Dr. Gerhard Dauner, Head of Industrial Manufacturing for Europe, Middle East and Africa, KPMG in Germany
  16. 16. Global Manufacturing Outlook report key findings: Integrating the Supply Chain
  17. 17. Supply chain transparency and visibility remain a key challenge for manufacturers
  18. 18. say lack of visibility was due to inadequate IT systems 36% Admit they lack visibility across their extended supply chain 40% whywhat
  19. 19. A majority of respondents think they could achieve a globally integrated supply chain within the next 3-5 years
  20. 20. say they use global demand and capacity planning in their supply chain enterprise-wide MORE THAN 50%
  21. 21. say their relationship is now strong enough to share real- time capacity and demand data MORE THAN 3/4
  22. 22. “You simply can’t build the type of relationship you need to share real-time data without trust.” - Osamu Matsushita, KPMG Industrial Manufacturing Leader for Japan
  23. 23. KPMG’s Industrial Manufacturing Major Country Leadership:
  24. 24. Download the report or use the online interactive tool to see results by country and industry

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