Longstanding Partnership with Microsoft Enables P&G to Increase its Operational and Sustainability Ambitions

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By Michael Larner | 3Q 2022 | IN-6593


Partnership Does Not Lack Ambition


Procter & Gamble (P&G), the owner of eponymous consumer brands, such as Charmin, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Lenor, and Pampers, announced on June 8, 2022 a wide-ranging partnership with Microsoft that looks to upgrade the digital manufacturing capabilities at its factories around the world by expanding the use of Microsoft Azure, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) at the facilities. In particular, the firms will work on improving productivity, quality levels, and sustainability, as well as reducing costs. 

Optimizing Operations with Edge and Analytics


P&G is looking to align people, equipment, assets, workflows, and business processes (in other words, the carpeted and non-carpeted areas of the business) to provide the company with operational resiliency and, ultimately, increased sales and profits.

The first priority is to use Microsoft Azure to digitize and integrate data from more than 100 manufacturing sites around the world (an extremely ambitious undertaki…

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