The path to achieving operational excellence is rooted in experimentation, observation, and action. The challenge, however, is that keeping ahead in today’s highly competitive marketplace demands that change and innovation happen at an accelerated pace. Add to this the reality that – no matter what you produce, deliver, or support – missteps can be costly.
These two dynamics – time and risk – are the key ingredients for operational stagnation. And unlike the quote from our friend Mr. Edison, the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” adage is not as applicable here in the 21st century.
To de-risk change, today’s operations professionals need to take a decidedly data-centric approach to innovation. They need to quickly ascertain how changes would impact the business, identify (and eliminate) areas of inefficiency, then rapidly implement those changes at scale. This experiment-iterate-implement cycle was firmly in mind as we developed the TwinThread platform.
With TwinThread, we make it easy for any organization – regardless of size, industry, or geography – to quickly create a Digital Twin of any process. Through this approach, organizations gain unique and granular insight into their entire operation so they can identify and weed-out inefficiencies. This not only improves day-to-day operations, but this Digital Twin also serves as a remarkably versatile platform for driving innovation.
Through the Digital Twin, data scientists, engineers, and other operations professionals can develop, test, and observe new processes and approaches without impacting live operations. This delivers a level of freedom and creativity that engages your teams, fuels new ideas, and encourages novel approaches to existing challenges.
And when you’re ready to move those experiments into “the real world,” the insights gained by working with the Digital Twin allows you to do so with a greater sense of speed and security.
We would love to show you how this all comes together. Just hit the “request demo” button below and we’ll get a discussion on the books.
January 12, 2021