This objective data ensures that we stay true to our mission of helping manufacturers in the Philadelphia region grow.
in New and Retained Sales
The metric for increased sales measures the value of the additional sales generated by a company after implementing a particular project or initiative. This metric is used to evaluate the effectiveness of product improvements and new strategies.
Jobs Created or Retained
The metric for jobs created measures the number of new jobs created as a result of a particular project or initiative and is used to evaluate the economic impact of the project on the local community and the workforce. Job retained evaluates the effectiveness of workforce development and training programs that aim to retain and upskill existing employees.
Client Cost Savings
The metric for client cost savings measures the amount of money that a client saves as a result of implementing a particular project or initiative. This metric is used to evaluate the effectiveness of cost-saving measures, such as process improvements and technology upgrades.
Total Investment in Manufacturing
The metric for client cost avoidance measures the amount of money that a client invests back into their business as a result of their engagement with DVIRC.
All companies that engage in projects with DVIRC are surveyed to demonstrate both quantitative and qualitative impacts. These impact scores, attributed by our clients, convey how we helped improve their performance and achieved their business goals. Measured quarterly, and reported annually, client companies are surveyed by NIST through the Fors Marsh Group, an independent research organization.