Goodbye 2021! Our Year in Review
As another extraordinary year draws to a close – it provides the perfect opportunity to take go on a journey of our Panasonic Connect Europe Blog.
April 2021 marks the starting point of our Panasonic Connect Europe Blog. Since then, over 64 articles have been published from 38 excellent blog contributors, covering exclusive reports, thought-leadership insights, and innovative product solutions.
Each week, you were able to discover relevant and topical content; such as blogs ranging IoT, Manufacturing and Supply Chain, the future of Retail (in another year of the COVID-19 pandemic), over Digital Transformation, after-sales, AI, to Gemba Process Innovation and Sustainability – Our Panasonic Connect Europe Blog contributors have mapped the whole range.
Our commitment to providing you with relevant content has been rewarded. We are proud of our blog in achieving nearly 7,000 pageviews (almost 5,000 unique pageviews) and an encouraging average time on page of approx. 2 minutes.
These phenomenal results motivate us to work even harder in 2022 and ensure Panasonic Connect Europe Blog is a highly respected source of content and information for our B2B industry.
But what about your highlights of the Panasonic Connect Europe Blog? What was read most by other readers? To wrap this successful year of our blog up, we are going to point out the most popular articles of each category.
Corporate: Panasonic Business Europe becomes Panasonic Connect Europe
It’s so much more than just a name change. In October 2021, Panasonic Business Europe transitioned into Panasonic Connect Europe. The organisation has been entirely restructured to address the business and sustainability challenges facing today’s European businesses. In our blog article, CEO Hiroyuki Nishiuma explains the background, the purpose, and the changes of the new agile business.
Visual System Solutions: Make security concerns a thing of the past with PressIT
On the one hand flexible and smooth collaboration has become a priority in the world of work, on the other hand it always involves discussions on data security. Panasonic shares the value of PressIT - a safe and secure wireless presentation solution.
Toughbook: The challenge of implementing sustainable technology
Sustainability is a topic that is playing an increasingly important role in IT. But implementing sustainable mobile computing strategies proves difficult. This article treats challenges and approaches for more sustainable mobile computing.
Business and Industry: Create the physical store of tomorrow
The pandemic influences many parts of our life – including our shopping behavior. For retailers now the challenge remains to encourage shoppers back in-store during and post-pandemic. Find solutions on how to meet the customers’ evolved demands.
ProAV: The era of the democratization of video production
Many of the cost and quality barriers of professional video production have been removed. These new capabilities led to an explosion in creativity. This also brings new opportunities for broadcasters to transform the economics of productions.
Smart Factory Solutions: The Vision of an Autonomous Factory
Another highlight of our journey this year is Smart Factory Solutions joining us on 1 October with the transformation into Panasonic Connect Europe. Nils Heininger, Head of Smart Factory Solutions at Panasonic Connect Europe took this event as an opportunity to introduce the new business unit on the blog by defining his vision of an autonomous factory and explaining Panasonic’s role in this.
After an exciting first year of the Panasonic Connect Europe Blog, we would like to thank YOU, as our reader. Your loyalty and engagement drives our commitment and our claim to remain always relevant for you and your industry.
Thanks also go to our blog contributors and industry experts for creating such amazing content!
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Designed to inspire innovation: Panasonic’s Customer Experience Centre
The ability to control and optimise the just in time delivery of materials to the production process is one of the fundamental challenges for the future of automated manufacturing. Peter Barber, Head of Solutions Engineering at Panasonic Factory Solutions Europe, looks at the progress being made.