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5 Ways to maintain profits now and in the future

From APMA – CAMM Websiteapma

“Even though times are good, we need to be constantly reminded that we always need to be focusing on innovation and productivity enhancements to remain competitive and to meet future fuel economy and technological challenges that are driving today’s automotive industry”

Excerpt from Steve Rogers – President of APMA

Using shop floor control software can achieve a competitive advantage and the owner/CEO who personally champions the use of digital technologies and has a solid plan for implementation will gain the competitive advantage.

“With the technology shifts and technology implementation that we’re seeing today, it’s important for every organization to be prepared. And if you’re not, there could be a technology shift that you miss.”

Olof Persson, President & CEO, The Volvo Group

  1. Today you know you need a business system but you’re too busy – we can help!
  2. How to use company data to make decisions that will improve your bottom line and achieve a competitive advantage
  3. Quoting, costing and scheduling for profit
  4. Maximize shop floor resources to streamline operations to maintain profit margins
  5. Enhancing the customer experience using CRM Software

Why implement Microsoft Dynamics now?

  • Take advantage of the Canadian dollar and government funding
  • How to save 50% on your from Government grants and software discounts from MICROSFT
  • Deadline is June 2016 for government assistance to get your new system up and running quickly


What’s driving change: From the ground level, three powerful forces are roiling the auto industry: shifts in consumer demand, expanded regulatory requirements for safety and fuel economy, and the increased availability of data and information.


YouTube Video – Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 – Manufacturing Scheduling



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