Stratasys-Owned Consulting Firm Launches Technology Program

September 19, 2019

Blueprint, an additive manufacturing consultancy owned by Eden Prairie, MN-based Stratasys, has launched its technology-enablement program, Think Additively, to help businesses embrace additive manufacturing throughout their organizations. The program, meant to go beyond technical design for additive manufacturing training, helps companies achieve transformation goals, such as creating innovation engines, accelerating go-to-market and improving manufacturing efficiency.

In a recent Blueprint study, 85 percent of companies ranked knowledge as their biggest barrier to driving greater adoption of additive manufacturing across their organizations. “Whether an organization is early in additive adoption or mature, it is our aim to provide the knowledge and the language to achieve these transformational benefits,” says Kunal Mehta, head of consulting at Blueprint.

The Think Additively program includes on-site courses, individualized coaching, and additive accelerator workshops.
Industry-Related Terms: Additive manufacturing
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See also: Stratasys, Inc.

Technologies: Management, Software

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