MATC is focused on personalization of customer experience. businesses work to transform data into action by focusing on the specific priorities of clients.
Cisco, Rockwell Automation and Panduit collaborated with Tecnologico de Monterrey, EY and Unified recently declared the inauguration of MATC (Manufacturing Advance Technology center) in Mexico City. The MATC depicts methods using which organizations in automotive, food and beverage, cementing and mining industries can adopt the future by launching their digital journey for changing and navigating Industry 4.0 era.
The organizations calling on MATC can observe the real-world solutions prototyping and simulating projects, understanding and learning solutions as well as co-innovating with experts which would have an extraordinary impact on the business. Sources confirmed organizations can obtain high-productivity levels and cost-efficiency by using technologies like IoT, automation, big data, process integration and cloud computing and these are included under the cyber security umbrella.
Industry experts revealed that the MATC customer experience is concentrated on personalization. By paying attention to each client’s priorities and requirements, it is possible to convert data into action. The experts at MATC have been deployed to aid their clients reach and unlock the highest possible value. It comprises identifying and mapping ongoing business challenges and situations to determine the best ones for creating positive impact in minimum time and high ROI.
According to reports from sources, in MATC, EY will use its globally local business expertise with Rockwell to help clients in process automation. Moreover, Cisco will help to drive agility to the businesses with industrial and entrepreneurial connection, and Panduit will provide the required industrial infrastructure. Also, Unified Networks will act as IT integrator and Monterrey will use its academic and research talent to accept the challenges and come up with optimal solutions for the clients.
Rockwell Regional Director of Mexico, Miguel Lopez Conde, has been reported to say that they understand the constant issues their customers must face in a competitive and complicated global environment when trying to maintain the balance while serving local market. He claimed that with accurate insights, they will be able to support clients and help in acquiring the required flexibility to reach their goals.