Dassault Systemes, the French Multinational Software firm recently expressed its interest in extending digital services to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Indian manufacturing sector. Managing Director, Dassault Systemes India – Operations, Samson Khaou said that the Indian manufacturing sector is undergoing a digital reform. However this reform is not taking place at a very good pace and that his company intends to address this gap.
The Company will be extending customized software and IT services for the Indian manufacturing firms. Dassault Systemes India also held an event recently with the Indian firms and explored numerous ways to go digital. The firm further demonstrated its Global 3D software to the Indian entrepreneurs and provided an insight on the potential digital transformation possibilities in the sector.
Khaou further stated that the first step that is essential for the sector in today’s time is to compete. This will be possible by taking over traditional manufacturing operations and by offering clients with more agile, flexible and scalable manufacturing processes.
Khao added that the present age calls for ‘Smart Manufacturing’ which the Software firms intends to facilitate. This also falls in line with the Prime Minister’s flagship project Digital India.