As the manufacturing industry continues to evolve towards more digital automation and connectivity, Machine Shops often find it difficult to prioritise technology adoption to support transformation initiatives. This group of manufacturers are the lifeblood of the manufacturing industry and supply chain visibility is inextricably reliant on their progress in this area, so Hexagon is working closely with these supply chain manufacturers to help them identify the key areas to help them streamline their initiatives through better use of manufacturing technology that will enable them to not only create more efficiency and sustainability for their businesses but for the entire supply chain.

Delegates will learn:
• Challenges faced by the industry
• Priorities gathered from UK machine shops
• A view on the opportunity transformation provides
• Best practices in defining a transformation roadmap
• Hexagon’s view on the 2030 Machine Shop
Jason Walker
VP, General Manufacturing Practice Lead
Jason Walker joined Hexagon in 2015, and now leads General Manufacturing Practice as VP at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. As a seasoned manufacturing industry professional, he is passionate about driving success through a customer-centric approach to adoption of innovative technology solutions and is dedicated to unlocking the full potential of manufacturing organisations through technology and data. With two decades of experience working with leading organisations and supply chains, Jason specialises in simplifying complex problems, improving efficiency, and helping organisations achieve manufacturing excellence.
Stephen Graham
Executive Vice President and General Manager, Nexus
Stephen Graham worked for over 25 years in the technology industry before joining Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence Division as Vice President of Marketing in 2017. More recently he led the Metrology and Production Software Business Unit before being part of the founding team for Nexus – our new cloud platform for digital engineering and manufacturing – which he now leads.
Justin Burns
Justin Burns joined the Mark Allen Group, publisher of Machinery, as editor in November 2020, when he began leading editorial content on the latest manufacturing technology news and trends in the industrial manufacturing industry across Machinery’s print and digital platforms.

Before this, he worked as an editor, features writer, and reporter in B2B aviation publishing for eight years, writing about aerospace manufacturing, airlines, airports, air cargo, and logistics.
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