Learn the scope of ERP software and evaluate when your company should invest in the benefits that ERP software offers. DVIRC’s Harry Landsburg will present a profile of small to medium-sized manufacturing companies that justifies why an ERP software investment should be made.
We recognize that your company is facing new challenges daily during the Covid-19 crisis and you are being asked to rethink, redesign, and reallocate resources.
Join us for a webinar highlighting online training opportunities available through DVIRC and how you can subsidize the related investment through available funding for small and mid-sized manufacturers through the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania (WEDnetPA).
Rob Crossett of DVIRC and Greg Surtman, Senior Workforce Education Strategist at Tooling U-SME will discuss available virtual and online manufacturing programs such as Machining, Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics, Welding, Additive Manufacturing, Robotics, and more. DVIRC and Tooling U’s virtual and online training classes are utilized in thousands of manufacturing companies, aligned to industry certifications and are readily available.
Sherry McKinney, Assistant Director, Workforce Development, Bucks County Community College, will provide an overview of the WEDnetPA program, its benefits, and available funding through the program for virtual training.
AUDIENCE: All functional leaders in manufacturing to include Operations, HR, Quality, Safety, IT, Sales, Logistics, and more.
Rob Crossett, Vice President, New Business Development, DVIRC
Greg Surtman, Senior Workforce Education Strategist, Tooling U-SME
Sherry McKinney, Assistant Director, Workforce Development, Bucks County Community College
The American manufacturing sector is undergoing a digital transformation. Join DVIRC and MxD to learn practical applications of Industry 4.0 in a factory setting, discuss the do’s and don’ts of digital manufacturing, and outline common misconceptions related to factory digitization.
This webinar will address the trends influencing Pennsylvania’s Industrial Supply Chain and highlight several no-cost, supplier scouting options available to every manufacturer in the state.