EBOOK : THE BLACK HOLE OF THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
The black holes, these celestial objects which are so compact and so dense that they prevent any matter or rays from escaping because of their too strong gravitational field, remind us a little of certain states of mind as when we feels overwhelmed, unable to glimpse the light and ready to give up.
If you’re in the manufacturing industry, you’ve probably had this kind of feeling in the face of adversity and fierce competition. The manufacturing industry is undergoing such changes these days that it is pushing several companies to question not only their place, but also their ability to meet these kinds of challenges.
WITH THIS EBOOK, YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY.
In addition to having difficulty recruiting and carving out a place in the international market, the Canadian manufacturing community is lagging behind and seems to be caught in a black hole that prevents it from seeing the benefits of digital technology.
It's estimated, according to a BDC study, that only 3% of Canadian manufacturers, small or medium, would have adopted digital for their entire operations.
However, not using digital to its full potential can costly businesses.