Key-Note by Ingo Bathe from imos Innovation Days India

Published on : Monday, August 13, 2018

ingo bathe“India is a fast-growing market with huge potential in the furniture industry.

 

We from imos are looking forward to help with our background, our network and our solutions service the industry needs in software technology.

 

Every company has a duty to innovate, not under the name of Industry 4.0, but under the name of innovation, growth and securing the future; this also applies to India. If we look further at what happens to Industry 4.0, I think we are dealing with massive changes in the structure of our industry. The business models will change and adapt to the fast growing and changing needs of people. The term disruption often comes up in these kind of developments…   I guess we are dealing with a continuously evolutions from a technical point of view. Of course, we do not know what our industry will look like in the upcoming ten years but will make sure to have nonstop developments supporting our clients in it.

 

Especially in the south of India, companies and startups are beginning to develop disruptive business models. Often this happens through digitization: a previously analogous piece of furniture or a mostly analogous structure is being replaced by digital processes or a purely digital service.

 

In the future, the customer will be much more involved in the design and custom processes. That is why people often talk about a “digital revolution” in disruptive concepts.
We from imos support these changes and processes with state-of-the-art IT technology and software solutions.

 

From the Point-of-Sale direct to the Production:

We develop specialist software solutions for the furniture and interiors industry. Supplying companies worldwide with CAD|CAM software to adapt their design in atomized manufacturing and distribution processes. From individual retailers to industrial mass producers, our software platform combines multiple processes including online E-commerce, design and analysis, automation of production facilities, and the integration of existing IT solutions.

 
Our users include small and medium-sized companies that manufacture highly bespoke items as well as leading mass producers in the industry. We also supply web-based solutions and services to the component and hardware sector in order to provide their digital product data quickly and easily to the furniture development process.

 

Today, every group of companies meets the demand for automation, from small innovative companies to large industrial companies. A change from standard furniture to Bespoke solutions is just a start.” – Ingo Bathe, Director, International Sales.

 


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