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CIM (Computer-Integrated Manufacturing)

Computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) integrates manufacturing operations with computer systems (human-assisted, information, and manufacturing systems). Businesses can digitize production-related tasks to manufacture products more efficiently. CIM can automate many production-related tasks such as processing, packaging, and logistics.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About CIM (Computer-Integrated Manufacturing)

Various industries use CIM, including the engineering, automotive, and aviation sectors. CIM can help SMBs reduce manufacturing costs by automating tasks and freeing up staff. This approach can also help these organizations grow their business by improving the quality of manufacturing workflows, such as testing new products and storing materials.

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