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A good implementation starts with finding the right factory for a trial run. The requirements of a good trial factory are that there is lots of room for improvement in it and plenty of enthusiasm for a new, innovative solution.

We recommend starting small and implementing one or two modules. After getting used to working with 4Industry, you can start progressively adding more.

If you’re looking for a more detailed explanation of how you implement a Connected Worker Platform, we recommend this whitepaper.
After successful implementation in your pilot factory, you can scale up 4Industry at a rate of four factories per quarter.
It is key to involve global or central stakeholders (e.g. pillar leaders) and, locally, continuous improvement stakeholders and line personnel (operators, shift leaders, IT personnel, etc.).

In all, you need to dedicate about six months to implementation, of which 2-3 months consist of testing.
The success of an implementation is not solely a matter of a successful pilot phase. There are several other important success factors.

Firstly, an organization’s leadership needs to have a clear digital manufacturing strategy and be fully committed to their digital transformation. There furthermore needs to be plenty of digital savviness in your organization, as 4Industry is a new and pioneering piece of software.

Strong Organizational Change Management is crucial to guarantee a continued user adoption of 4Industry. This entails giving effective training and coaching, and a strong commitment to listening to feedback, communicating clearly, and sharing experiences.
To properly control and maintain 4Industry, we recommend you setting up a global center of excellence where knowledge about the product can be built up. This is also the place where pillar leaders can control the worldwide standards of 4Industry’s functionalities.