Today I tell you a story of a customer in the AUTOMOTIVE world, and how two apparently similar roads lead to two completely different results.
Here's the story...
Once upon a time, there was a customer who, having taken an important order, had to produce an AUTOMOTIVE component, to be precise, a BOSCH component with very, very close toleran
Below are the three questions that I asked one of my customers who uses the MULTICENTER.
Incidentally, let's give real names and surnames, because there are too many endorsements that praise certain products that are entirely made up. The funny thing is that it is never possible to verify them, and this aspect, which is the result of science-fiction marketing, ups
Today I want to address an issue that I often deal with: is it better to buy a TWIN-SPINDLE or the MULTICENTER? Looking at how often I am asked this question, I decided to dedicate an article to the subject.
When the number of parts to be produced starts to increase, and one machine is not enough, over the years I was able to see 3 possible solutions:
The 2050 seems so far ... but if I think of my son who is 11 years old, in 2050 he will be younger than I am in this moment. He will still be in his thirties and it will be his moment.
Here in Barcelona at CISCO Live, in a room full of 15,000 people we tried to imagine the evolution from now til 2050; the challenges and changes that will come faster than ever.