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Columbus is excited to exhibit at the upcoming Manufacturing & Technology 2019 in Pittsburgh, April 1- 3.

Manufacturing & Technology 2019 is a one-stop experience that brings together manufacturing decision makers, from design to delivery and keeps them at the forefront of manufacturing’s digital transformation.

Here are 5 reasons why you should visit Columbus at Manufacturing & Technology 2019:

1. We are experts in ERP for manufacturers

Manufacturing is at the very heart of what we do. From engineering and your shop floor, to distribution and everything in between.

Delivering innovation with a modern ERP solution, optimized for your business gives you the leverage to move your manufacturing business into the future while efficiently addressing today’s challenges. Columbus has the industry experience and technical expertise to help you realize your full potential.

ColumbusManufacturing provides your business with an industry-specific ERP solution with your business in mind in the cloud or on premises.

2. We  can support your growth goals

We want to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your Microsoft investment and are continually meeting your growth and expansion goals. At Columbus, we create a seamless business experience through data analytics, business intelligence, eCommerce, and more, to give you better insight into business performance and ensuring that you get the most out of your technology investments.

3. We aim to keep our customers for life

We are your partner for life, which mitigates any risk that may affect your business when you choose to start your digital transformation journey, from end-to-end. We are not just about products and solutions, we focus on the end outcomes for you, our customers and what will best suit your needs and provide the right outcomes.


4. ColumbusManufacturing delivers end-to-end functionality to transform and modernize your business

Icon-Monitor sales and operational throughput to meet on-time delivery schedules 

Monitor sales and operational throughput to meet on-time delivery schedules


Enable collaborative manufacturing and integrate planning to the shop floor


Manage enterprise-wide quality data

Icon-Enable real-time decision making with in-context analytics and business insight

Enable real-time decision making with in-context analytics and business insight

Icon-Optimize performance through business intelligence, data mining, analytics and real time KPI monitoring

Optimize performance through business intelligence, data mining, analytics and real time KPI monitoring

Team & Business Productivity

Engage customers across any channel, any time through a connected and personalized experience


5. We want to share our knowledge with you!

Come and meet our team of industry and product experts at booth #533 or schedule time to meet our onsite experts.



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