China’s business environment was the first challenged by the global pandemic of COVID-19. In a very short time, companies across China had to reorganize their daily operations and adopt new, more agile, ways of working in an effort to continue operating. What can we learn from China’s experience? While no business can foresee the next big disruption, there are ways to prepare.
Learn how a unified, digital, collaborative platform housed in the cloud can help companies sustain operations in emergency circumstances and why cloud collaboration is crucial for doing business at a time when increasing numbers of people are working off-site from their offices and plants. While business continuity is always vital, the ability of dispersed employees and partners to do business from anywhere, “virtually” under any circumstances, is key to continuity.
Cloud-based product teams can co-design, co-analyze and co-iterate from anywhere, ensuring continuity of product development. This is true for all commercial sectors, and perhaps most importantly right now for scientific collaboration, in the drive to develop therapies and vaccines for Covid-19. Life sciences companies and scientists around the globe have already been taking advantage of cloud-centered collaboration, simulation and analytics to compress R&D and clinical prove-out life cycles. The continuity of that work today is more essential than ever. The webinar features Vincent Frerebeau, 3DS Cloud Worldwide Director, and George Zou, 3DS Cloud Business Greater China, who will discuss the following:
- Status of manufacturing in China under COVID-19 and main challenges faced by engineers
- Examples of business agility and continuity from Dassault Systèmes customers in China
- Overview of how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud applications help companies of all sizes collaborate, manage programs and drive efficiency
Watch the webinar replay: Lessons Learned from China: Business Continuity in Times of Disruption.