Integrate Technology Solutions to Gain a Competitive Advantage
Manufacturers need technology to make processes more efficient, increase product quality, and free up their workforce from routine tasks, resulting in improved operations, increased customer satisfaction, and the potential to take on more orders and new customers. Whether you are a small manufacturer with no technology applications or a mid-size to large manufacturer looking to add to your plant’s current technology, even the smallest technology addition, aligned with your organization’s goals, can make a large impact on your production and bottom line. Look for this symbol () to identify our services that are also offered virtually.
Whether you have some automation in your plant and want to incorporate more or you are looking at using automation for the first time, GaMEP, as an unbiased party to any technology in the marketplace, will conduct a gap assessment to provide you with automation knowledge and recommendations. Download the Automation Assessment Flyer.
Grow your business by filling a technology gap to help you produce a product, implement a process, or find other manufacturers that need an underutilized technology you have within your plant. Download the Technology Scouting Flyer.
Learn how to apply the right equipment within your operation. GaMEP’s one-day automation training will teach you and your team how to evaluate operations, identify new equipment based on needs and your company’s long-term goals, and justify the financial aspect of automation. Download the Automation Training Flyer.
Product Design for Existing Manufacturers
Utilize a GaMEP mechanical engineer to assist in the design or redesign of a mechanical product that you can build and take to market. This service is available for small, existing manufacturers that do not have a mechanical engineer on staff. Download the Product Design for Existing Manufacturers Flyer.
Federal Grant Assistance Programs for Manufacturers
Do you have an idea, but don’t know how finance it? These Federal funding opportunities, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), provide non-dilutive research funding to help businesses advance R&D, product development, and prove its technology is feasible. For more information, and to find out if you qualify, contact Connie Casteel with the Advanced Technology Development Center (ADTC) at email@example.com or visit https://atdc.org/overview/capital/.