On-Demand Webinar

Eliminating Inefficiencies Through Digital Transformation

Webinar Details

To remain competitive today, leading manufacturers are prioritizing their digital transformation initiatives. Those who successfully adopt DX strategies in their factories produce at a higher, more efficient rate than their competition. But, digital transformation isn’t always easy since it requires changing how we’re used to doing things. 

With Industry 4.0 set to transform the manufacturing sector by 2025 (McKinsey), this webinar panel shares best practices and approaches to leveraging data, automation and your frontline teams to drive productivity improvements on the shop floor and across your organization. 

Jane Arnold, Industry 4.0 Advisor, Venture Partner at Momenta and previous VP Manufacturing and Ops Technology at Stanley Black & Decker joins Raven’s VP of Operations and Director of Engineering to discuss their first-hand experience working with manufacturers to use technology and data to streamline processes and eliminate inefficiencies. They also look at how both leadership and the frontline can collaborate together to build a powerful tech stack that empowers the organization to hit their targets and improve the bottom line.


Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How to get started with digital transformation, then scale for success
  • Steps to building a strategy that engages your workforce, boosts their capabilities and increases performance
  • The combination of data collection and automated processes for more wins on the shop floor
  • Ways to leverage different teams to respond to change and adopt digital technologies

Meet the speakers

Jane Arnold

Industry 4.0 Advisor, Venture Partner at Momenta

Jane Arnold is a seasoned industry executive with over three decades of experience in chemical, discrete and additive manufacturing. As a digital leader in Industry 4.0, she's dedicated to enhancing the impact of manufacturing through the adoption of cutting-edge technologies.

Jane held executive positions at Stanley Black and Decker and Covestro, where she was responsible for spearheading digital transformation. Recently Jane started her own advisory business, joined Momenta as a Venture Partner, Aperio.AI as an independent board director and voxeljet as an independent director of the Supervisory Board. Jane is interested in improving the state of manufacturing for the betterment of the worker and planet.

Catalina Nunez

Director of Engineering,

Throughout her 14+ years of experience in technology and manufacturing and now as Director of Engineering at Raven, Catalina Nunez is a methodical, people-first leader with the goal of developing software solutions to minimize manual processes on the shop floor. Her unique career background and passion for industrial automation has allowed her to successfully build and lead Raven’s diverse engineering team; managing delivery, maintainability, performance and scalability of the product.

Catalina’s expertise in Operations Management, Digital Transformation and I4.0 systems has also led her to own the development roadmap and strategy for Raven.

Brenda Munyukwi

VP of Operations,

Brenda Munyukwi as VP of Operations at Raven, is on a mission to help manufacturers gain visibility of machines, value streams, and production facilities to identify, solve, and prevent downtime using automated contextualization. Her extensive experience in the manufacturing industry ignited her passion for continuous improvement and driving ROI through people, process and tools.

A chemical engineer by training, Brenda also has a Masters in Business Administration and is a member in good standing with the Professional Engineers of Ontario and Project Management Institute. She takes pride in leveraging her experience and education to drive exceptional customer value to deliver ROI.