By visiting various companies, I realise more and more that there is one problem shared by all: the lack of technical personnel.
When meeting with company employers, plant directors, and production managers, this topic often comes up, with all the difficulties it entails and the problems it generates.
For many companies, selling on the market is the primary
You have certainly had the experience of purchasing a machine tool to be installed in your company's production department: when the machine is finally delivered, a delicate phase begins aimed at making sure that the purchased equipment is consistent with the agreements entered into.
No one wants to install a new machine tool in the production department that h
If a company is doing business on the market, it means that it is able to meet a need of the market, regardless of whether it is a company with a long history behind it or a "young" company.
A historical company may see the advantage of being "a company founded in 1960", perhaps with a structured sales network, become less and less important compared to a new c
“AEROPLANES MAKE MONEY WHEN THEY ARE FLYING, NOT WHEN THEY ARE PARKED AT THE AIRPORT.”
The statement above might seem a bit strange at first, but the purpose is to deal with the topic of system exploitation, in other words, how much we can get out of a system.
The question we want to answer is:
ARE WE REALLY GETTING THE MOST OUT OF OUR M