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INDUSA Attends the Smart Manufacturing Summit at Peoria, IL

May 8 2014, 2:16am CDT | by

INDUSA Technical Corp. is planning to attend upcoming Smart Manufacturing Summit at Peoria, IL. The summit will highlight some of the best practices taking place in manufacturing industry.

Oakbrook Terrace, IL, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- INDUSA Technical Corp., is delighted to announce its participation at Smart Manufacturing Summit 2014. This extraordinary event will be held on May...

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INDUSA Attends the Smart Manufacturing Summit at Peoria, IL

May 8 2014, 2:16am CDT | by

INDUSA Technical Corp. is planning to attend upcoming Smart Manufacturing Summit at Peoria, IL. The summit will highlight some of the best practices taking place in manufacturing industry.

Oakbrook Terrace, IL, May 08, 2014 --(PR.com)-- INDUSA Technical Corp., is delighted to announce its participation at Smart Manufacturing Summit 2014. This extraordinary event will be held on May 20-21, 2014 at Peoria, IL, which will bring together the thinkers and doers who are writing the American manufacturing’s comeback story.

The 2014 summit is co-hosted by the Caterpillar team and the CEO Doug Oberhelman, which provides a unique opportunity to examine the best practices of a manufacturing legend. The Smart Manufacturing Summit is designed to connect you with a dynamic roster of top CEOs and expert manufacturing resources. There will be intimate discussions, exclusive behind-the-scenes tours and interactive exchanges with American manufacturing leaders which will bring fresh thinking to the opportunities and threats facing your business.

Nandita Nityanandam, Manager Marketing – INDUSA group says “The information technology (IT) revolution has finally come to the manufacturing sector. Manufacturing is becoming highly-automated and IT-driven, which makes factories smarter, safer and also more environmentally sustainable. A good way to be aware of state-of-the-art technologies in manufacturing and connect with leaders in the field is to attend conferences and technology shows like the Smart Manufacturing Summit.”

In addition to the issues faced by CEOs across domains, manufacturing CEOs share particular challenges in fierce global competition, short supply of technical labor and inconsistent & slow innovation. Bridging the gap between delivering higher profitability and demanding customers and strong competition is the strongest need for manufacturing organizations today.

INDUSA provides comprehensive services for the manufacturing segment, and has successfully implemented, upgraded, supported Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Mobility services for manufacturing organizations across the globe. Our key focus is in the field of manufacturing like industrial equipment and discrete manufacturing and as a system integrator, our flexible and transparent execution methodology helps our clients reach new heights.

INDUSA’s customized and cutting edge solutions for manufacturing firms are comprehensive, increase productivity, create a collaborative network and enable them to increase profitability and deliver enhanced end-user experience. They empower users through productive experiences, real-time analytics and streamlined business processes that enable informed decisions and operational efficiencies, and connects across people, processes, and ecosystems that maximize the value of all relationships.

Great CEOs learn to avoid problems from the painful experiences of their peers while adopting best practices and outside-the-box thinking from those who have taken great risks to blaze new paths. Consider this opportunity to learn from the best in manufacturing and raise the bar for your company.

Contact Information:
INDUSA Technical Corp.
Hemal Shrimanker
(630) 424 1800
Contact via Email
http://www.indusa.com/

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