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Minebea Intec offers its customers compact expertise via digital webinars
Monday, 06 July, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Hamburg, Germany
The industrial technology expert Minebea Intec is expanding its digital range of services with its Compact Webinars. Customers can now expand and build on their knowledge in the field of weighing and inspection technologies from the comfort of their home or workplace.

The digital live webinars are designed to enable participants to acquire the most know-how in the shortest possible time.

In an ever faster-moving world, not only technology providers, but also users or managers need to stay uptodate. Rapidly advancing developments require a continuous transfer of knowledge. Increasing digitalisation and mediatisation open up opportunities to this end.

The company, as a leading supplier of industrial weighing and inspection technologies has recognised the signs of the times and is now offering its successful webinars in a digital, compact concept and for a broader audience.

Willy-Sebastian Metzger, director, marketing, strategy and business development, Minebea Intec, said, "The success of our recent webinars for customers and key account managers and the special challenges of our time have encouraged us to implement this digital offering. The Compact Webinars is the next logical step in our customer focus. We want to share our know-how with customers and potential customers so that they can make full use of our technologies and software solutions.”

"We don't see this as a one-way street: our expertise becomes useful for the participants –but we also get feedback that we can use for further developments,” he added.

The free, digital Compact Webinars provide a deeper understanding of core topics related to weighing and inspection technologies as well as service and software solutions.

Participants learn more about technologies practices and best practices and have the chance to exchange ideas with experts.

“The new Compact Webinars offers are continuously updated and communicated on our website where interested parties can enroll easily and for free,” said Metzger.

For those to whom time is precious, the webinars offer another plus: the webinars are designed on the premise that a maximum transfer of knowledge takes place in the shortest possible time.

The choice of topics is diverse and aims at users as well as managers and decision-makers in companies across a variety of industries. The first topic will be ‘Invest to save with SPC@Enterprise’.

This webinar provides insights into how the statistical process control software helps to save costs in the production from a profitability perspective.

This will be clearly demonstrated with a customer example including an example of how to calculate savings and RoI.
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