Matthew Littlefield

President and Research Lead , LNS Research

Matthew Littlefield Co-founder, President, and Research Lead LNS Research Matthew Littlefield is Co-founder, President, and Research Lead at LNS Research. He leads the organization as it fulfills its mission of driving industrial transformation and contributes to research across the breadth of topics covered by the firm. Matthew is a recognized industry expert, an active speaker, and contributing author across many industry publications, associations, and events. His passion, however, is advising manufacturing executives on Industrial Transformation and Operational Excellence. Prior to LNS Research, Matthew spent five years with Aberdeen Group leading its global manufacturing research practice. He authored hundreds of thought leadership reports and frequently spoke at industry events during that time. Earlier in his career, he worked in engineering and shop floor management roles for several global manufacturing organizations. Matthew graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BA in Economics and an MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

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Wednesday, May 17 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM 205 A

SE1767B - Asset-Centricity Expanded: Enabling Digital Transformation Across the Asset Lifecycle

Manufacturers and service providers of high-value, complex equipment require better visibility to asset data. These insights can drive greater efficiency and improve decision support to maximize revenue. An asset-centric approach to service management means providing the necessary support, insights, and knowledge to ensure highly complex equipment operates at full capacity. But the benefit doesn’t end there. A truly asset-centric approach be leveraged to drive enterprise-wide digital transformation initiatives to the next level. Hear how PTC's acquisition of ServiceMax has unlocked new potential attached to an asset-centric approach that connects service with product design and delivers a truly complete view of the asset lifecycle. 

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