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Digital Transformation in Food Industry - A video showing the advantages of digitalization

Food and beverage executives are struggling with how to survive today’s unprecedented industry disruption. They’re feeling the pressure from new, digital competitors that leverage the digital enterprise to get closer to customers and rapidly launch innovative, new products with high levels of quality and productivity.The solution is to adopt digitalization through the entire process.

Independent research firm Tech-Clarity explains how digital transformation in the Food Industry fundamentally changes the game by digitalizing R&D and production, and allowing companies to use analytics to make knowledge a competitive weapon.

Embracing Digital Transformation to Avoid Food & Beverage Industry Disruption

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