aPriori announces 2021 Cost Insight Conference

Cost insight solutions specialists, aPriori says the theme for this year’s webinar event, Next Generation Automation, reflects a growing desire from manufacturers to implement software solutions that optimise manufacturability and cost without imposing additional workload on product teams which are already stretched so thin. Registration includes all access to an immersive, two-day Cost Insight experience.

This virtual conference will be live streamed utilising a virtual event platform. Conference sessions are scheduled from 10AM EST - 2PM EST both days. All sessions will be recorded and available to registrants following the live event.

The conference comprises inspirational keynotes, industry specific solutions, case studies, product demos and one-on-one conversations with aPriori’s digital manufacturing simulation specialists, as well as curated meetups and opportunities to network and learn from each other. Every session available on-demand post-event.

Monday, November 15th

CEO; Keynote; Product; Roadmap; Case Studies

Tuesday, November 16th

Workshops, presentations, and demos will demonstrate how to get your product development team to collaborate across the product development life cycle to make better design, sourcing and manufacturing decisions, drive product costs lower, and create higher value products in less time.

www.apriori.com/cost-insight-2021

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aPriori

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