NASHUA, N.H., Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Manufacturing design technology consultant, M2 Technologies, announced they are hosting a unique event focused on the Future of Making Things in Manufacturing.
Technology is fundamentally changing the world around us in ways we never thought possible, including the way everyday items are designed and brought to market. A truly integrated and imaginative design process is required to compete in this new world. This event will explore how you can incorporate new strategies and solutions for success and how an integrated product development platform helps companies work smarter. Sean Manzanares, a Senior Industry Manager for Autodesk, will discuss the trends and technology that are changing the Future of Making Things.
The event will be hosted at Gillette Stadium on December 10, 2015. After the keynote address, participants will enjoy a networking lunch, and presentations on technologies that play a crucial role in developing an integrated product delivery platform. The event will conclude with an exclusive tour of the stadium and prize drawings from the Pro Shop.
To register for this event, visit www.m2t.com. Reservations are required for entry and seating is offered on a first come, first serve basis.
Leveraging over 15 years of industry expertise, M2 Technologies provides Autodesk®, Edgecam, and Bluebeam design solutions and consulting services to increase efficiency and decrease costs. At M2 Technologies, we understand that software is one component of the overall solution, which is why our technical experts implement a multi-step approach to ensure increased delivery speed and reduced costs.
M2 Technologies has built strong customer partnerships and a reputation for delivering unmatched service with a quick response time. As a result, M2 Technologies is the largest supplier of 2D and 3D design software to manufacturing companies in the Northeast. For more information call 1-877-311-6284 or visit www.m2t.com.
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