Manufacturing stands on the threshold of a major transformation. From the digitization of equipment, processes and organizations to three-dimensional printing (or additive manufacturing) to material with custom-designed properties, a whole host of new design, production and business capabilities are opening the way to new types of manufacturing-referred to, collectively, as Advanced Manufacturing.
How do Advanced Manufacturers identify, develop, acquire, and implement innovations in their businesses?
Successful innovation is the use of new technological knowledge, market knowledge, and business models that can deliver a new product, or service, or product/service combination, to customers who will purchase at prices that will provide profits.
In order to facilitate successful innovation, the Rochester Technology and Manufacturing Association (RTMA) is partnering with the Rochester Institute of Technology's Golisano Center for Sustainability and the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies to provide appropriate information for state of the art manufacturing processes and product innovation.
Members are notified of programs and presentations as they occur throughout the year.
You know best of all, that success in manufacturing is a challenge.
To meet that challenge, very specific skill sets are required and can be learned to beat your competitors, whoever and wherever they are.
To empower you and your team for success, the RTMA is collaborating with the RIT Saunders College of Business to offer a certificate program entitled: “Being Competitive in the Global Marketplace”.
It is being offered at a special rate of $1,000 for RTMA Members, and $1,500 for Non-Members.
Please review the program below to review the topics that will be addressed.
You will see that they are quite relevant and appropriate for manufacturers in the 21st Century Global Marketplace.
You and your team will achieve more success by participating in this program.
Please contact the RTMA Office at 585-292-3760 to register today. First Session starts Tuesday, March 7th, 2017. Seats are limited, so take action now.