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What is the status of Danish small- and medium-sized manufactures when it comes to digitalization?
The learnings from the Digital Factory Acceleration program presented at the Copenhagen International Rotary Club.
The Copenhagen International Rotary Club held a meeting on the 20th of March 2023 that brought together business leaders, entrepreneurs, and professionals from various industries. During this event Michele Colli presented the learnings from the Digital Factory Acceleration program, providing insights concerning the current maturity level, needs and digital opportunities in Danish small and medium-sized manufacturers.
Michele Colli, Head of Digital Production at FORCE Technology, is an expert in digital transformation and innovation, and has extensive experience working with production companies to help them leverage technology to achieve their business goals.
The Digital Factory Acceleration programme (Den Digitale Fabrik) is designed to help Danish small and medium-sized production companies translate digital innovation into value. The aim is to ensure, that the integration of new digital technologies from the Industry 4.0 agenda results in an increase of the companies’ competitive advantage, whether related to cost reduction, quality improvement, higher outputs or shorter delivery times.
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