Success Factors for Industry 4.0 Cutting Room Implementation

Industry 4.0 has the potential to revolutionize the cutting rooms of furniture manufacturers. Those that get the transition right can benefit from increased efficiency, lower costs and improved accuracy.


By leveraging production data, they can also get unprecedented insights about everything from plant operations to their supply chain, enabling further optimization.

The question facing operational leaders is: How can they make the transition?

This white paper is your blueprint for planning, implementing and managing the transition to an Industry 4.0 cutting room. Taking this leap will not only make your furniture business more efficient – it will transform the way you operate.

Reading this paper will give you the information you need to:

  • Develop a clear vision for digital transformation
  • Build and prepare digital-first teams
  • Plan for process change
  • Design and implement digital workflows
  • Manage the period after deployment

Understand the key success factors for implementing an Industry 4.0 Cutting Room by entering your details below to download the white paper.


Industry 4.0 is coming to your cutting room.

Are you prepared for it to supercharge your operation?  The move to industry 4.0 practices is affecting manufacturing companies across the board. It involves  more than simply digitizing manual processes by moving paper- based files to a digital format, although that is certainly part of it. It is a transformational tool that uses the data from these digital processes to automate production, driving new efficiencies into  manufacturing operations. It also uses the data to make the entire production process more visible, helping manufacturers derive new insights about plant operations and, beyond that, their entire supply chain.

Furniture manufacturing is about to be swept up by industry 4.0. Operational leaders in the furniture industry who embrace it can gain a valuable competitive advantage, delivering products more quickly, with more customization options, and with more efficient use of resources. The question facing those operational leaders now is: How can they make the transition?