The coronavirus pandemic is having an unprecedented impact on manufacturing operations. As the crisis resolves and as governments lift lockdowns, companies will need to quickly respond. ERP and technology solutions will play a pivotal role in equipping companies with the appropriate agility and speed. Unfortunately, only 15% of manufacturers have a strategic technology adoption plan and only 50% have successfully implemented ERP.
The good news is that the Canadian government is stepping up with grant funds to help Canadian manufacturers adopt digital technologies.
In this webinar, Jonathan Gross (Pemeco Consulting’s Managing Director) and Alexandra Barlow (Mentor Works’ Business Development Executive) will walk through available grant programs to help manufacturers not only emerge stronger from the coronavirus but also to position themselves for digital transformation and Industry 4.0. Jon will also take you step-by-step through a methodology that’s been proven over 40 years, across 700 major ERP implementation projects, and 140 different technology solutions.
You will learn best-practices to:
1. Design your future state
2. Map business processes
3. Develop a technology adoption and implementation roadmap
4. Select the right fitting ERP and other technologies
5. Model 10-year total cost of ownership and return-on-investment
6. Make successful grant funding applications
Jonathan is Managing Director at Pemeco Consulting, a vendor-neutral firm that specializes in digital transformation and Industry 4.0, ERP and technology selection, technology contracts negotiations, implementation, and optimization projects.
Business Development Executive, Mentor Works
She works closely with businesses to develop customized Government Funding Plans. Through this deep understanding of government grants, loans and tax incentives, she can identify a way for businesses to maximize cash flow. The best part of her job is connecting with passionate, forward-thinking business owners to learn about their operations, including their challenges to, and opportunities for, growth.