Parsable Blog

Driving Digital Transformation Urgency in Manufacturing

Connected worker technology is no longer a nice to have, it’s a must have, as we see a shift in digital and technology efforts due to COVID-19.

3 Actions Manufacturers Can Take to Build Resilience

As manufacturers enter the recovery and rebuild phase, there are three things they can do to build resilience into their digital transformation efforts.

How Manufacturers Can Thrive Post-COVID-19

As manufacturing plants begin to open up, they need to adapt to change and adopt technology in order to be more resilient.

Technology’s Role in Shaping 2020 – and Beyond – at Oil and Gas Firms

There will be substantial shifts in the way energy companies, including oil and gas producers, prioritize in the new year and beyond.

What Will Drive Key Business Decisions in 2020 for Industrial Companies?

Four key trends will shape strategic priorities for global industrial companies in 2020 and beyond.

LNS Research eBook Highlights Connected Worker as Integral Component of Industrial Transformation

New research shows companies are incorporating workers into Industrial Transformation initiatives and leveraging human-related data to drive improvements.

Introducing the Parsable Frontline Work Connector for Salesforce

Our offering in the AppExchange will help Salesforce’s industrial customers link their system-of-record to execution data and standard operating procedures.

Has Automation Gone Too Far?

There is such a thing as too much, too soon. Companies need to invest in both humans and machines.

The Future of Work: Perspectives from the WEF Annual Meeting of the New Champions

It was clear that the world’s foremost companies and institutions alike are prioritizing the exact issues that Parsable is helping to solve.

Build or Buy? Adding Connected Worker Capabilities to Your Industrial Tech Stack

Six important types of questions to ask when you’re trying to decide whether to buy or build your own solution.

Connected Worker Added to Two Gartner Hype Cycles

New Connected Worker category was identified by Gartner to have transformational benefits for manufacturers and frontline workers.

Robot Mimicry or Mastery? The End of Bench Manufacturing Is Near

If humanity’s future in manufacturing is inserting a few screws because our hands are still more dexterous than most affordable robots, then we are doomed.

Introducing Parsable’s Connected Worker Accelerators

I’m thrilled to share that we launched our Connected Worker Accelerators – out-of-the-box solutions built on our Connected Worker Platform for industrial companies to “fast start” their digital transformation.

Industry 4.0 is a Lot Easier Than You Think: Dispelling 3 Digital Transformation Myths

If you break down what Industry 4.0 is – and to finally get moving on your digital transformation initiatives – you have to do just three things really well.

We’re ready to scale even faster

Today we announced that we’ve completed an amazing Series C funding, with new enthusiastic investors and our devoted existing investors providing us with US$40m to take our company to the next level. It’s time to take our Connected Worker platform to even more customers.

What is the Connection Between Digital Work Instructions and Connected Worker Platforms?

To start this story right, we need to start at the start.

The Real Reason Why People Are Opposed to Change

The psychology behind habits and why people are opposed to digital transformation.

10 Stats about Digital Transformation that Every Plant Manager Should be Wrestling with Now

Why plant managers need to start thinking about digital transformation and all of the advantages that they could be missing out.

Millennials in the Industrial Workforce: The Dirty Truth About the ROI of Training

How much people remember from a training and how Parsable can help.

A Gift that Keeps Giving

A description of Parsable's benefits and the gift of digitization.

How do we staff the factories of the future by closing the education gap?

A discussion with Detlef Zühlke about closing the education gap in Industry 4.0.

In Executing Industry 4.0, Machines are Easy... It’s the Humans that are Hard

Machines and humans need to find a way to work together to propel industry 4.0 forward.