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    Data is the base of manufacturing and making informed decisions.

    Industry Week said, "The advent of digital processes and growth of data as an asset has other, profound implications for manufacturing."

    Having that visibility into your factory and your machines will give you the information you need to move forward. Once you have the data you can prioritize making certain areas more efficient and save money! 

    What data would help your business move into the future?

    Recommended Read Data Is the Heart of Smarter ManufacturingSource: http://www.industryweek.com

    Rassey, founder and CEO of additive manufacturing solutions provider Fast Radius, suggests that if you consider data an asset, then transportation network company Uber likely has the automaker beat.The Fast Radius CEO spoke about several current uses and future promise of additive, including a recent announcement by football helmet manufacturer Riddell.Read More

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