—Sponsored article by SYSPROCanada
Canadian manufacturers are cautiously optimistic in 2019. They are facing a variety of challenges, yet they are more open to new opportunities with the development of new technologies and ever-changing global protectionism.
To face these challenges, companies are looking for tools they can use to optimize their business processes and gain a competitive advantage.
Companies that have begun to incorporate digitalization in their facilities are already gaining a leading edge by using Internet-connected systems and advanced manufacturing technologies.
If Canadian manufacturers are to survive and thrive in this economic climate, it’s essential that they make investment decisions that will help future-proof their business.
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“Canadian manufacturers across all sectors are looking forward to greater business opportunities in 2019. In fact, the overwhelming majority of manufacturing executives say they are optimistic or cautiously optimistic about their business prospects this year and over the next three years”