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Using Technology To Minimize Human Interaction

Using Technology To Minimize Human Interaction

Written by Peter Mate, President of Planit Canada, for Woodworking Canada.

It’s a critical time for everyone, and our industry is certainly no exception. We’re doubling up on video conferencing and virtual meetings, and we’re seeing impacts that will last a lifetime.

We instantly needed to find new ways to work together. While we can’t necessarily produce wood products from start to finish remotely, there have been many parts of the process that our industry had to turn to technology for minimizing the physical human interaction.

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Anything you can do today to digitize as much as you can of the process, the better it will serve your business long-term.
Make the change now, benefit from it forever.

Read the full article on Woodworking Canada’s website here.

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