Tag Archive: profitable

What’s Next in the Supply Chain?

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Our most successful clients always ask “What’s next?” as they want to stay ahead of the curve.  It is quite clear that staying on top of current trends and what is expected down-the-road is essential to successfully navigating your business to scalable, profitable growth. For example, if you think your industry might develop a new way of servicing customers, you need to attack it quickly as you afford to be left in the dust.  Clearly, providing an exceptional customer experience is important but so is developing this new service method in a scalable, profitable way. It will be much harder if…
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Additive Manufacturing & GE’s 3D-Printed Aircraft Engine

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More and more can be achieved with additive manufacturing – it is the wave of the future.  The latest feat is an aircraft engine.  GE’s new turboprop engine shows what can be achieved with 3D printing.  More than a third of the components of this engine can be produced through additive manufacturing which will power Textron Aviation’s new Cessna Denali.  Although additive manufacturing isn’t taking over the world yet, it is certainly a big part of our future. Are you evaluating 3D printing? What Should We Consider and/or What Impacts Could Arise? Undoubtedly, whether you relate to aerospace or not,…
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The Latest Trends

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I recently spoke on the topic of the latest trends and what is in store for 2018. The Amazon Effect is still top of mind as well as near-sourcing, finding a “right fit” team member and technology. You need to be thinking of how these trends are likely to impact your business.
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Global Manufacturers Struggle to Keep Up with Demand – Are You?

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Factories across the globe are showing signs of strain in keeping up with demand. Are you prepared to meet your demand – and your competitors?
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Will Robots Pay Back?

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I attended a compelling presentation for manufacturers and distributors on the latest trends in technology for manufacturing. Robots were front and center.
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