Today’s manufacturing leaders are rushing to tout their remote work initiatives, promising flexibility and agility in response to a uniquely challenging year.
Call it a new normal, an operational necessity, or just changing with the times. Still, no matter how you frame it, the present and future of work will necessarily look different than it did before the recent pandemic.
To thrive in this environment, companies require more than an internet connection and enterprise IT tools. For companies to remain efficient, effective, and profitable while managing a remote workforce, they need remote operations capacity, which equips remote and on-site employees to engage with real-world infrastructure without compromising security or accessibility.