Watch GE Digital’s CEO, Bill Ruh, share his thoughts on how a new partnership with SIG will power digital innovation in the food and beverage industry.

SIG and GE Digital have entered into a new global partnership that will help food and beverage manufacturers reach new levels of data-driven intelligence. GE Digital is the leading software company for the Industrial Internet, offering applications that will help SIG transform how they predict, manage and service the entire lifecycle of their filling lines.

This is a great partnership on a global level where we’re co-innovating in the food and beverage industry

– Bill Ruh, CEO of GE Digital

SIG will deploy GE Digital’s applications across more than 400 customer factories worldwide to drive new levels of efficiency, create intelligent solutions and open up new possibilities. GE Digital’s CEO, Bill Ruh, explains that this partnership is about a leading company in food and beverage manufacturing building the world’s most advanced machines for its industry.

This is a great partnership on a global level where we’re co-innovating in the food and beverage industry,” says Ruh. “I’m so glad we’ve partnered with SIG and am looking forward to really delivering outstanding capabilities to transform this industry with them.

According to SIG’s CEO, Rolf Stangl, the company’s partnership with GE Digital will see them collaborate on a broad range of innovative solutions – from offering 3D-printed spare parts to ensuring a fully connected and intelligent supply chain.

Our ability to harness data is central to delivering on our promise of opening up new opportunities for our customers,” says Stangl. “By tapping into information in new and innovative ways, we will be able to deliver an unmatched level of performance, security, transparency, and creativity across the entire food and beverage supply chain – through to the end consumer.

Want to find out more about SIG’s partnership with GE Digital? Read the full story here or discover more about SIG’s Smart Factory solutions.

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