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By: Kendall Jones
April 27th, 2018

Building product manufacturers are no strangers to technology. Manufacturing robots, IoT, automation, Industry 4.0 and integrated digital supply chains are just of few of the tools employed by manufacturers to improve efficiency, boost productivity and ensure the quality of their products. Over the past couple of years, an unexpected technology has started to make its way onto factory floors: augmented reality.

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By: Steve Wright
November 8th, 2017

As the old adage goes, time is money. The more production you can squeeze out in a period of time, the more money you make, right? But if you’ve been struggling with improving production or even if everything is going fine, there are several things you can do to increase throughput without sacrificing quality from removing obstacles to reorganizing the way you work.

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By: Kendall Jones
March 29th, 2017

As a building product manufacturer (BPM) trying to get specified by architects may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. The key is to focus less on selling your products and focus more on building relationships with architects and specifiers. Position your company as a leading expert on the types of products you deliver and provide them with all the information they need when researching and selecting products to specify on their product.

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By: Kendall Jones
February 22nd, 2017

Building product manufacturers, take note. As the demand for delivering healthier buildings grows, there is a greater need for transparency in building products and materials. We spend about 90% of our time inside and building owners are looking for ways to make buildings healthier for occupants. Architects and specifiers need to be able to identify building products that are healthy, sustainable and environmentally friendly.

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