FUNDING UP TO $25,000 AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2020!
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters with funding from FedDev Ontario is pleased to bring you the Technology Assessment Program.
Keeping up to date and assessing how new technologies can be applied to maximize return on investment and improve your bottom line is a challenge. CME’s Technology Adoption Report shows that 42% of manufacturers identify uncertain ROI as the main reason why they are not investing in new technology.
Businesses that invest in digital technologies have a considerably better growth outlook than their non-adopting counterparts. This results in a wide range of potential benefits including:
- Lower operating costs. Digitization opens the door to the collection of data that can be mined to identify efficiencies in existing operations, decrease downtime, and monitor and guide production activity.
- Increased product quality. Advanced technologies can help to root out errors and deficiencies in production, boost quality control, and lead to overall improvements in the production process.
- Higher innovation capacity. Technologies like 3D printing and electronic prototyping lower innovation costs and can unlock new abilities and capacity that were previously unavailable to producers.
- Increased customer satisfaction. Digitization and advanced technology use can increase customer satisfaction by decreasing response times, creating more specialization and customization opportunities, and improving product quality.
A SOLUTION TO HELP SMES
This is why CME developed the Technology Assessment Program. The program connects Southern Ontario small to medium-sized manufacturers (SME) with technology experts to get customized FREE assessments (up to $25,000 in value) to determine how technology can improve operations and maximize productivity for their business.
Take advantage of this assessment valued at up to $25,000 and gain a competitive edge. Our expert will come on-site to help develop a system engineering approach to capitalize on existing assets and find areas for technology-led improvements in productivity including equipment, hardware, software, cloud computing, and advanced manufacturing.
Our technology experts will work with you to recommend and develop an action plan that will enable your business to make decisions to assess, purchase, adopt, implement, train, and maintain new technologies going forward.
Is your business eligible? Click here for more information.
FUNDING FOR THIS PROGRAM PROVIDED BY FEDDEV
FedDev Ontario is the Government of Canada’s economic development organization for Southern Ontario. FedDev generates jobs and economic growth through programs and services, and financial support. Together with businesses and community partners, FedDev works to build a stronger Southern Ontario.
John Newland, Sales & Project Manager
519-966-3696 x 229