Our technology-driven world is once again altering how business is done. It means firms must become 4.0 organizations. Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum says the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a “second machine age” where there is a fusion of technologies that further merges the physical, digital, and biological worlds.
Ottawa, ON...CATAAlliance (www.cata.ca). Canada’s One Voice for Innovation advocacy group, announced today the adoption and adaption of technologies and solutions to create a 4.0 business model to help companies better compete in the marketplace.
CATA CEO, John Reid said, “ A 4.0 organization never crests as it is constantly developing and strengthening its “change muscle” with new technologies and methodologies. At CATA we looked at what we do and applied the 4.0 approach. Our team asked themselves what are the technologies and resources that will let us supply the best products and services to the marketplace and then created the 4.0 model.”
He added, “Our goal is unchanged – to be Canada’s One Voice for innovation advocacy. However, by embracing the 4.0 technologies we can better mobilize the community to get behind public policies that will boost Canada’s success at innovation and competitiveness. In addition, we can now offer improved services to companies dealing with the day to day problems they face. “
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Reid concluded, “If you are not sure how your firm can tackle a 4.0 world then join with CATA, take advantage of our services, listen to our expert interviews, use CATA as a guide on implementing change in your firm. In addition, help us to bring 4.0 to the attention of our nation’s policymakers.”
CEO, John Reid