Five Business Trends Driving Technology Adoption on Factory or Warehouse Floor
Tight deadlines and even tighter margins have driven even the most traditional manufacturers and supply-chain companies to embrace new technology solutions. Matrix Integration, a strategic IT infrastructure partner for more than 1,000 businesses in Indiana, Kentucky and beyond, has been working with manufacturers throughout the pandemic and beyond to upgrade the critical pieces of their technology infrastructure to build a “plant of the future.”
“Our heavy industry customers are getting a lot more pressure from their clients to deliver faster and keep costs low while providing a high level of quality, service and security,” says Reggie Gresham, vice president of sales for Matrix Integration. “New technology like robotics, IoT [internet of things] and AI [artificial intelligence] are key to increasing productivity. We help manufacturing companies strengthen their IT infrastructure to support these solutions.”
Five Trends Driving the Plant of the Future
Working with manufacturers, warehousing and logistics companies, the leadership team at Matrix identified trends that are driving companies to create a “plant of the future.”
Next Steps for Manufacturing
As manufacturers look towards their technology investment in the near future, most know that if they haven’t already, it is time to evaluate how automation and technology can help them better achieve their business goals. For more information on how Matrix Integration works with manufacturers and supply-chain companies to develop their “plants of the future,” please contact Reggie Gresham, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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